If it weren’t for the Internet, Julia Eva Kastner wouldn’t have been able to fulfill her dream of designing sustainable denim so quickly.
A year after graduating from Harvard Business School, the 29-year-old sold more than $22,200 worth of organic cotton jeans, T-shirts and ties to 210 customers in one month for her brand, Eva & Paul, on the Web site Kickstarter. She soon landed on the cover of “Fresh Young Millionaire” and signed the boutique Portobello Road in Chestnut Hill, Mass., to carry her fair-trade line.
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