Cornwall's Farm2Fashion Brings Sustainability To Fall on South Orange Daily Voice

"A search to bring up her daughter in a place more connected to nature led Laurie Perrone to Cornwall. Little did she know when she moved to Orange 18 years ago that nature would instead inspire her and form the backbone to her company, Farm2Fashion."

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ReThink Local Promotes Farm2Fashion in Gift Guide

The article features Farm2Fashion's wrap and noted it's ability to adapt for an individual's needs.

"Travel-ready whatever the climate, it can be worn as an oversized scarf, sophisticated wrap or used as a luxurious travel throw."

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Yoga Journal Features Farm2Fashion 

The Yoga Journal featured the brand as part of their eco-friendly yoga essentials article. The journal partnered with Yoga Pod in Boulder, Colorado, and asked 24 of their yogis, who teach a variety of styles, to put more than 60 selections to the test. Out of all the products, Farm2Fashion's Lotus Flower and Om throw was selected.

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A River of Opportunities Features Laurie Perrone 

We are excited to announce that A River of Opportunities, a subset of the town of Newburgh website, has chosen to feature Farm2Fashion and Hudson Valley Farm and Flea in their recent article. The story focuses on Laurie Perrone's mission in creating these two companies here in the Hudson Valley.

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CNBC Covers Farm2Fashion

We are pleased that Farm2Fashion was featured on the CNBC Small Business website in the article: ‘Crazy’ Innovative: How One Entrepreneur is Reviving ‘Made in USA’ Wool. The story focuses on specialty American wool and yarn producers, with an emphasis on innovative small to mid-sized companies dedicated to the American Made Movement.

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F2F’s Laurie Perrone was featured in Women’s Wear Daily’s “What They Said” column, sharing her philosophy and values for the company. She states:

We want to work with companies that have a strong consumer connection, that understand what it means to be a sustainable company and that believe in the Made in America movement. — Laurie Perrone

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