Natalie Grillon

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Natalie Grillon is the co-founder and co-CEO of JUST.

At JUST we are building a community to help shoppers learn the stories behind their clothes. Our online platform, Project JUST, features brand profiles researched by ethical, social, and environmental factors and a magazine of features including shopper profiles, neighborhood guides…

Natalie Grillon is the co-founder and co-CEO of JUST.

At JUST we are building a community to help shoppers learn the stories behind their clothes. Our online platform, Project JUST, features brand profiles researched by ethical, social, and environmental factors and a magazine of features including shopper profiles, neighborhood guides and styling posts to help shoppers put their values into action. We are committed to fostering transparency in the industry, and to growing a community of shoppers, journalists, brands and retailers who can positively exercise their knowledge, ultimately, championing the farmer or worker at the bottom of the supply chain.

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Natalie Grillon is the co-founder and co-CEO of JUST.

At JUST we are building a community to help shoppers learn the stories behind their clothes. Our online platform, Project JUST, features brand profiles researched by ethical, social, and environmental factors and a magazine of features including shopper profiles, neighborhood guides…

Natalie Grillon is the co-founder and co-CEO of JUST.

At JUST we are building a community to help shoppers learn the stories behind their clothes. Our online platform, Project JUST, features brand profiles researched by ethical, social, and environmental factors and a magazine of features including shopper profiles, neighborhood guides and styling posts to help shoppers put their values into action. We are committed to fostering transparency in the industry, and to growing a community of shoppers, journalists, brands and retailers who can positively exercise their knowledge, ultimately, championing the farmer or worker at the bottom of the supply chain.

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