Tracey Lewis is a writer investigating the narrative, through journalism and brand association, behind modern-day cultural connections, social responsibility, and corporate identity.
Health and Wellness
Events | GMHC's Fashion Forward Benefitting AIDS Prevention

Events | GMHC’s Fashion Forward Benefitting AIDS Prevention

Last week I attended a fundraiser called Fashion Forward, an annual charity event held by the Gay Men’s Health Crisis (GMHC) that raises money for HIV/AIDS prevention awareness. It was such a huge event (700 guests!) and I was truly thrilled to see so many people come out to support a worthy cause. Actress Tracee Eliss...

Reblogged | Remembering Evelyn Lauder: Breast Cancer Research Advocate

New York Times Having fled Europe during the Nazi Regime, Evelyn Hausner settled into a relatively ordinary life with her parents (the owners of a dress shop chain), and attended public school on the west side of Manhattan. It was during her collegiate years at Hunter College that she met a naval officer trainee, Leonard...

Famine is the New F*** (and It’s a Manmade Issue)

ONE.org Co-Founder of ONE.org, Bono, is encouraging us to spread the word about the famine in Somalia. The drought has killed 30,000 children in three months and is the worst devastation of its kind in 60 years. To bring awareness to the issue, Jessica Alba, Colin Farrell, George Clooney, Jaime Lee-Curtis and a group of...

Betsey Babes Go Pink!

Betsey Johnson | Facebook Betsey Johnson Betsey Johnson is so much fun, and she’s also a survivor! Johnson was diagnosed with breast cancer 11 years ago, and each year she brings awareness to the cause by launching a special line of products for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. A portion of the proceeds from her...

Reblogged | Celebrities Who Survived Breast Cancer

There was a nice slideshow posted on the Huffington Post titled, “Celebrities Who Have Kicked Breast Cancer, Help Others Do The Same”. Most of us have heard these ladies’ stories before, but it’s always motivating to see strong women kicking butt — whether its battling cancer or otherwise! Seeing how these stars have allowed their...

You Should Be Reading: The Golden Hat by Kate Winslet

In her new book, The Golden Hat, Kate Winslet compiles a collection of celebrity self portraits that have one thing in common: each of them is wearing a “magical” hat that represents their support for autism awareness. Winslet is a known advocate for autism outreach and founded The Golden Hat Foundation for autism after being...

Reblogged | Luxury, for a Cause

September 22 was the fourth series of Only Watch auction in Monaco, a bi-annual charity event that raises money to fight against Duchenne muscular dystrophy. For the occasion, some of the world’s most sought after luxury timepiece brands created one-of-a-kind watches to be bid on online, by phone, and on site at the Hôtel Hermitage...

Limited Edition Levi’s Tees Promote Food Education in Berkeley Classrooms

Levi’s Food…? What does Levi’s really know about good food anyway? The answer may be a mystery, but good friend Alice Waters can certainly fill in the details where the classic American denim brand falls short. Forty years ago, Waters opened up her Berkeley restaurant Chez Panisse with the idea of serving “real food” – organically grown...

Supermodel BFF Bracelet x nOir Jewelry Raises Money For the Horn of Africa

What’s that cute little bracelet all of the models are wearing on the red carpet? Well not only is it fabulously reminiscent of the Crayola-hued gimp bracelets we used to make as kids, but it’s also raising awareness for the famine in Somalia. nOir Jewelry paired up with the model-focused website Modelinia to create the limited edition Beautiful...