Elizabeth L. Cline is a Brooklyn-based advocate, author, journalist, and expert on consumer culture, fast fashion, sustainability and labor rights in the apparel industry. Elizabeth’s critically acclaimed 2012 expose, Overdressed: The Shockingly High Cost of Cheap Fashion, is a founding text of the modern global ethical and sustainable fashion movement. Her follow-up conscious shopping guide, The Conscious Closet: A Revolutionary Guide to Looking Good While Doing Good, was published in August of 2019. More recently, Elizabeth has turned her expertise towards strategic organizing and campaigning for labor rights in fashion, working on strategy for the landmark #PayUp campaign and officially coming on board with Remake in 2021 before working on the Bangladesh Accord renewal and the Garment Worker Protection Act in California. She is the co-author of the PayUp Fashion 7 Actions, a platform for systemic change and brand accountability to garment workers. She is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in International Relations and Global Studies at Northeastern University.