Emma Grady is an award-winning fashion writer and ethical style expert working in New York City. She publishes Past Fashion Future™, the online destination for Classic style, Timeless fashion™.
WRITER: Grady’s writing career began at Discovery Communications’ Planet Green and TreeHugger.com, where she authored more than 1,000 published articles as the resident fashion expert. Today, her original writing is regularly featured in print and online publications, including “FOAM magazine” and Hearst’s “GoodHousekeeping.com”.
Her highly-syndicated content has appeared in multiple languages across notable web publications, including MSN, The Huffington Post, Trend Hunter, Yahoo, AOL, Stylist, Forbes.com, Daily Candy, and Current TV.
INTERVIEWER: Skilled in interviewing top fashion designers, Grammy Award-winning musicians, noted environmentalists, and public figures, Grady has sat down with the likes of Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Ted Danson, Ali Hewson, David Rockefeller Jr., Sharon Wauchob, Miranda Kerr, Mara Hoffman, Pamela Love, John Patrick, Samantha Pleet, Marcia Patmos, Adrian Grenier, Nigel Barker, Sam Waterston, James Blunt, Tennessee Thomas, Rachel Antonoff, Summer Rayne Oakes, Fabien and Alexandra Cousteau, and Josie Maran.
ETHICAL STYLE EXPERT: Known for her elegant aesthetic with an ethical slant, Grady is hailed as “The ‘Jackie O’ of Sustainable Fashion” and “The Master of Vintage Shopping” by the media. Her fashion expertise is regularly featured by international media, including ABC News, Women’s Wear Daily (WWD), “Bella NYC”, “Down East”, “Camino” (Sweden), “Marie Claire” (South Africa), Luxist.com, and eBay.
ETHICAL FASHION SPOKESPERSON: As a spokesperson and model, Grady brings a “classic and timeless” style appeal to fashion brands and companies, including EILEEN FISHER, Modavanti, Market Publique, Hearts.com, Raven + Lily, Gunas, Naya Shoes, Colorant, LovingEco and Snoozer Loser NY.
EDUCATION: Grady graduated with English honors from the University of Vermont, where she served as class vice president, an elected Student Government Association senator, and class secretary, a position she holds today. In addition, she chairs the class reunion and pens Class Notes, a column in the “Vermont Quarterly” magazine. She is originally from Maine.