In my dreams, heaven looks precisely like Christian Dior’s “Couturier du Rêve” retrospective at Musée des Art Décoratifs.

— leslie frisbee

{paris, 2017}

Hello! I am Leslie Frisbee-Moeller:

An award-winning journalist, style ambassador, sustainable lifestyle editor, and author. My first book Eco-Chic: How Sustainability Became the New Black, will be published in the fall of 2022 (MAISON Press).

what i want, now

A quintessential closet staple, the white shirt is the ultimate go-to for any occasion: the office, a night on the town or weekend brunch. Tailored and tucked; off the shoulder and loose; ruffles, lace, eyelets and cuffs — the possibilities are endless. And this season, the wardrobe basic, is anything but basic.

storyteller

Those who tell the stories rule society.

— plato

luxury with a purpose

i write about people, places, brands and organizations using their platform for the greater good

‘Go for Good’ Campaign Shines Light on Sustainable Fashion

A passionate advocate for sustainable and ethical fashion, Parisian retail powerhouse Galeries Lafayette recently teamed up with the pioneer of eco-friendly fashion, Stella McCartney, to launch the “Go for Good program … {read the complete story here}

Tiffany & Co. Foundation Commits to Australia's Great Barrier Reef Conservation

A longtime leader in social responsibility and sustainability, Tiffany & Co. and The Tiffany & Co. Foundation recently announced a $1 million commitment to the Great Barrier Reef. … {read the complete story here}

Gucci Equilibrium Supports Brand's Social Responsibility Efforts

In its continued commitment to sustainability and social responsibility, Gucci recently launched Gucci Equilibrium, a digital platform “designed to connect people, places and planet.” … {read more here}

fashion editor

award-winning fashion editor with more than 15 years experience in styling and art direction for celebrity and fashion editorials

contact me

For business collaborations or inquiries, please send a message. I look forward to hearing from you.

7 + 8 =

“You can have whatever you want, if you dress for it.” — edith head