DonataMeirelles: An Influential Icon In Brazil’s Fashion Industry Supports AIDS Research

DonataMeirelles is an expert in the fashion industry. French magazine, L’officiel, notably named her for being one of the top five best buyers in the world. She is the Style Director for Vogue Brazil. Her industry knowledge and experience helped create a name for herself as well as being an influential contributor of fashion trends in the fashion industry. Because of this, her name has become known throughout Brazil.

As a philanthropist, DonataMeirelles is actively involved in many humanitarian efforts. To name a few, she has worked with the Brazil Foundation and amfAR. The Brazil Foundation is an organization that is dedicated to “mobilizing resources to support and promote equality, social justice, and economic opportunity for all Brazilians.” AmfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research is a non-profit organization that dedicates itself in “support of AIDS research, HIV prevention, treatment education, and advocacy of AIDS-related public policy.”

Aids Research

As mentioned, DonataMeirelles is actively involved with amfAR. Today, we take a quick look at a recent article dated March 29th of 2019. The article begins to tell its readers a short snippet about DonataMeirelles, as previously mentioned. The article then moves on to talk about a particularly headline from the “New York Times” that involves an HIV patient and a “new strategy for ending AIDS.” A thrilled DonataMeirelles says, “I am very happy to read the news …” She then goes on to talk about how she began her support and involvement with amfAR.

The article moves forward to talk about amfAR. It says amfAR was previously named, AIDS Medical Foundation (AMF). AMF was founded in 1983 by Dr. Mathilde Krim. Two years later, AMF became amfAR when AMF and the National AIDS Research Foundation merged. Today, amfAR has three headquarters. They are located in New York City, Washington D.C. and Bangkok, Thailand.

Learn more: https://www.business.com/advice/member/p/donata-meirelles/

Article Title: The RealReal rise to stardom

Article Text:

The RealReal has done something to stick out among many other clothing brands by reselling items to customers. People are able to get the resold items for a discount and they are indeed the real thing as promised by the company. The brand has created two retail stores in NYC and California for consumers to go in and purchase items. With the RealReal consumers can buy popular items and brands such as Gucci for example at a discounted price as the company was started by an entrepreneur named Julie Wainwright in 2011. The company is based out of San Francisco and has been able to acquire money to start through funding from Great Hill Partners. Wainwright interestingly claims that many of their customers are women with men buying watches and other items for themselves. According to the RealReal, both the advancement of technology and the changing market have made them an option to buy clothing. Evidence points to the fact that many want to purchase the items for a resell as the resale industry has been said to have increased up to 49% and will continue to rise according to the article from Gazette Day. One of the good things about reselling items and buying them is that it reduces waste on the environment as a whole as throwing away clothing items produces more waste. Reselling the products in turn increases the lifespan of the item while making a positive effect on the environment. The RealReal has grown tremendously by offering top-notch items such as Kim K thigh-highs, Yeezys, Chanel bags, Saint Laurent items, and more all for a discounted price with the tags still on them. Other brands have partnered with the RealReal after witnessing them have a lot of success in the industry. However, it could all come at a price as other retailers and stores such as H&M, among many others, could go out of business due to the competition and the convenience of being able to purchase items online from home. The RealReal is truly revolutionizing the fashion industry.

End Of Article