Emma Grady is a style expert and award-winning fashion writer working in New York City. She publishes PastFashionFuture.com, an internationally-acclaimed style website focused on “Classic style, Timeless fashion.”
WRITING: She began her career at Discovery, where she assisted the Editor-in-Chief of Planet Green and TreeHugger.com and later became the resident fashion expert, authoring more than 1,000 published articles. Emma’s writing has appeared in print and online publications such as “Foam magazine”, “Coco Eco Magazine”, “SIX Magazine”, and Hearst’s “TheDailyGreen.com”.
Emma’s original content is highly syndicated and 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.
INTERVIEWS: A talented interviewer, Grady has sat down with notable figures, from top fashion designers and Grammy Award-winning musicians to famous environmentalists, including Robert F. Kennedy Jr., David Rockefeller Jr., Ted Danson, Ali Hewson, Sharon Wauchob, Miranda Kerr, Mara Hoffman, Pamela Love, John Patrick, Samantha Pleet, Marcia Patmos, Adrian Grenier, Nigel Barker, Sam Waterston, James Blunt, Tennessee Thomas, Summer Rayne Oakes, Fabien and Alexandra Cousteau, and Josie Maran.
STYLE EXPERTISE: Known for her elegant and vintage-inspired style, Emma’s been dubbed the “Jackie O of sustainable fashion.” Her style expertise is regularly featured across notable web and print publications, from Women’s Wear Daily (WWD) to “Bella NYC”, “Camino” (Sweden), “Marie Claire” (South Africa), and a host of blogs, including Luxist.com, eBay, Ecouterre, and others.
COLLABORATIONS: Representing “classic and timeless” style, Grady has appeared as a spokesperson and model collaborating with such fashion brands as EILEEN FISHER, Market Publique, Hearts.com, Naya Shoes, Colorant, and Snoozer Loser NY.
EDUCATION: Grady attended the University of Vermont, where she earned a degree in English (honors), art history, and studio art and served as the vice president of her class and a senator in the Student Government Association. Today, she acts as class secretary, reunion co-chair, and pens Class Notes, a column in “Vermont Quarterly” magazine.