Susan Crow is a sustainable designer, entrepreneur and CEO of East Fourth Street Jewelry, a luxury eco-jewelry business in Minnesota. Crow got her Professional Certificate in Sustainable Design from MCAD in 2009 — a pioneer helping create the pathway for the MA in Sustainable Design program.
Jackson-Forrest has gathered unprecedented leaders of the ethical fashion movement across the world such as Tamsin Lejeune founder of The Ethical Fashion Forum and Common Objective and Sass Brown @clothingethics. People that we have followed since 2008 the year that East Fourth Street was conceived.
“Business can no longer be held to a different standard than your personal life.
Your values should permeate everything you do”.
~ Kenny Jackson-Forrest
We wanted to offer a brand that did things differently, from our supply chains to our in studio practices. Responsibly sourcing our materials because we know it’s the right and good thing to do.
Below are images of Crow’s work found in the book.
Thank you Kenny for this gorgeous book and for asking us to be involved!
~ Susan Crow
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