Maura Brannigan is the editor-at-large at Fashionista. You may have previously recognized her byline as senior editor at Fashionista, but before that, she worked in digital at magazines like Lucky (RIP) and Marie Claire. Here, you'll often find her writing about the fashion, retail and design industries, with a focus on environmentalism, ethical and sustainable supply chains, consumer culture and more.
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I, for one, have no idea.
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