Redress Raleigh's fifth anniversary was an ambitious step forward -- featured in Indy Week

by Jane Porter and D.L. Anderson

"A parade of little girls kicked off Redress Raleigh's fifth annual Eco-Fashion Show at the downtown Raleigh Marriott hotel Saturday evening. The kindergarteners strolling down the runway wore periwinkle blue dresses that once were button-down shirts, and each held a floating balloon on a long sateen string.

It was a fitting opening, in a sense, for Redress Raleigh is no older than these upstart models. Founded by Beth Stewart, Mor Aframian and Jamie Powell after their first collaborative fashion show in 2008, Redress Raleigh has risen from its humble beginnings as a volunteer organization to become a qualified S corporation last year."

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