Creative Peacemeal

Jessica Conick, Fashion Designer.

April 21, 2021 Tammy Takaishi / Jessica Conick Season 1 Episode 18
Creative Peacemeal
Jessica Conick, Fashion Designer.
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Creative Peacemeal
Jessica Conick, Fashion Designer.
Apr 21, 2021 Season 1 Episode 18
Tammy Takaishi / Jessica Conick

Jessica Conick is a vibrant, eco-friendly fashion designer and founder of MOUNT INDIGO.
Mount Indigo was founded by Jessica Conick. She speaks about what inspired her to start her company, what we  can do to make a difference, and more

Jessica started Mount Indigo as a passion project after working in the fashion industry for years and realizing that it is one of the most polluting industries in the world. She knew she had to do something to be a part of the solution and spread awareness, but wanted to do it in a fun way. ⠀

Mount Indigo is a curation of upcycled denim jackets, and eco-friendly tees re-worked with sassy, sustainable statements and art. Jessica wants people to feel empowered to wear their values, especially if it’s something as non-controversial as “Please Recycle” or “Keep The Planet Instagrammable.” ⠀

“I think of all of my pieces like a little sustainable fashion army out there trying to make the world a better place,” Jessica says

To purchase some of her eco-friendly designs, or learn more about her, visit https://www.mountindigo.com/.


Show Notes

Jessica Conick is a vibrant, eco-friendly fashion designer and founder of MOUNT INDIGO.
Mount Indigo was founded by Jessica Conick. She speaks about what inspired her to start her company, what we  can do to make a difference, and more

Jessica started Mount Indigo as a passion project after working in the fashion industry for years and realizing that it is one of the most polluting industries in the world. She knew she had to do something to be a part of the solution and spread awareness, but wanted to do it in a fun way. ⠀

Mount Indigo is a curation of upcycled denim jackets, and eco-friendly tees re-worked with sassy, sustainable statements and art. Jessica wants people to feel empowered to wear their values, especially if it’s something as non-controversial as “Please Recycle” or “Keep The Planet Instagrammable.” ⠀

“I think of all of my pieces like a little sustainable fashion army out there trying to make the world a better place,” Jessica says

To purchase some of her eco-friendly designs, or learn more about her, visit https://www.mountindigo.com/.