When Rachel of The Style Line asked me if I was interested in modeling fashion from Young and Able’s Series pop-up shop, my answer was an enthusiastic yes. I mean, all I had to do was pose for a photographer at my apartment wearing some sweet, sustainable duds from emerging designers. Who says no to that?

So Christina Emilie stopped by one sunny day to document how I would style some of the pieces by Arkins and Indego Africa. (You can try on the pieces for yourself by stopping by the store on the Lower East Side.)

I’m not the only blogger involved– follow @TheStyleLine on Instagram to see how other bloggers styled their picks, plus learn more about the designers by reading The Style Line’s interviews.

Necklace by Indego Africa, skirt by Arkins.

Necklace by Indego Africa, skirt by Arkins.

Necklace by Indego Africa, skirt by Arkins.

Necklace by Indego Africa, top by Elizabeth Suzann

Necklace by Indego Africa, top by Elizabeth Suzann

Necklace by Indego Africa, skirt by Arkins.

Necklace by Indego Africa, skirt by Arkins.

Sustainable fashion shoot in Brooklyn

Embroidered sweatshirt by Indego Africa

Sustainable fashion in NYC

Sequined skirt by Valentine Gauthier, beaded bracelets by Aid Through Trade

Ethical fashion shoot in NYC

Earrings by George and Laurel

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Necklace by Indego Africa, sweater by Josie Faye

Necklace by Indego Africa, sweater by Josie Faye