Issue 2: Self Discovery
Stasia Savasuk is a Personal Stylist (with a twist!) and founder of Stasia’s Style School. Her unconventional-transformation-motivational approach to style leads women of all ages and stages on an intuitive journey of letting go, knowing what they know, and embracing a life filled with confidence, courage and (inside-out) congruency. Stasia knows that changing your pants will change your life, and has ushered hundreds of women away from years of body-shaming and muffin-top jeans to a place of body acceptance and pants that fit-to-flatter.
Stasia can be seen frolicking in the backwoods of Vermont with her two kids, wearing a skirt, big earrings, bold lipstick and the world's best accessory, a friendly smile.
Athena Pelton is a photographer, storyteller, motorbiker, and self-professed do-it-all-er. She creates with a fervor and zest and her work embodies a tangible, heartfelt passion. Recently her writing was recognized by NPR and the Minneapolis Star Tribune. She lives near Minneapolis with her husband and two wombfruits.
Athena is also a member of NECO, a collaborative brand agency in NE Minneapolis.
Emily Helck is a writer and artist who divides her time between Jersey City, NJ and the Catskills. Her writing has appeared in Bustle, ABCNews.com, and elsewhere, and has been performed at NYC's KGB Bar. She currently blogs about wildflowers, honeybees, and other bits of rural magic at ruralie.com.
Born and raised in the SF Bay area, Kate grew up hosting birthday parties with roller skating and reading time, which needless to say, meant she never ran with the cool kids. She still enjoys those activities, only now she has found friends who appreciate the same things. A freelance writer and marketing specialist, Kate is a foodie who’s got to keep it gluten-free, spending her downtime baking, playing roller derby and making friends with as many dogs as possible until their owners get weirded out. She lives in Berlin, Germany with her husband.
Laura is a photographer living in and working in the Washington D.C. area. Laura loves working with small businesses to build their brand. She is skilled in a variety of types of photography including fashion, products, interiors, and food.
She enjoys all things fashion and believes you can never have too many shoes.
Laura is a member of the Creative Collective, a creative space for female entrepreneurs located on M Street in Washington D.C.
You can learn more about Laura here