Society / The Seen

Stylish Social Justice Warriors Make an Impact in Houston

New Podcast and a Noble Mission

BY // 11.28.18
photography Roswitha Vogler

What: Crime Stoppers at The Webster

Where: The high-style Webster boutique at the Galleria

PC moment: The Webster founder Laure Hériard Dubreuil swept into Houston from her New York/Miami digs for an evening embracing the varied activities of Crime Stoppers. The boutique founder is a global ambassador for for Mothers2Mothers, the international nonprofit dedicated to preventing mother-to-child transmission of HIV by providing education and support for pregnant women and new mothers living with HIV.

During the shopping/cocktail event with its serious message, Hériard Dubreuil was interviewed by Crime Stoppers executive director Rania Mankarious and Crime Stoppers board member  Donae Chramosta, aka The Vintage Contessa. The duo teamed up earlier this fall to launch a Crime Stoppers-influenced podcast called Styling Social Justice, the premise being that women of fashion are also women with public interest in their hearts and the power to make positive changes.

PC Seen: Chiara Casiraghi, Tia Neyman, Issa Chou, Chris Goins, Fifi Phi, Roz and Alan Pactor, Katarina Tehlirian, Duyen Huynh, Lisa Lacorte, Romy Lauren, Katie Pipkin, Marianna Goodall, Sukaina Rajani, and Katrina Kelly.

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