With a background in fashion, working as a buyer for Harvey Nichols, and a passion for improving the lives of underprivileged children, Martha founded Fashion4Good in 2018.
Name: Martha Graeff
Occupation: philanthropist Founder of The Bazaar For Good
Hometown: Porto Alegre - Brazil
Currently In: Miami
Favorite Book: The Alchemist
Favorite Movie: City of GodFavorite Song to Dance to: My husbands tracks - Rony Seikaly
Favorite City: Rio de Janeiro
Q1: If your business/career could speak, what would it say?
Our journey is just beginning.
Q2: How do you balance your professional and personal life?
I get rid of my phone when I’m around family and friends. I try my best to stay present.
Q3: What is one boss move you have made throughout your career that you are most proud of?
Staying in Turkey to work as a buyer for Harvey Nichols. And learning Turkish!
UP CLOSE + PERSONAL
Q1: How do you relate to Ronny Kobo as a woman and how does the brand speak to you?
Ronny is all about empowering other women and lifting them high. She’s a girls girl and that femininity and strength in reflects her designs.
Q2: Where is your favorite spot to step out with your girls?
I like to take boat rides with them around Miami.
Q3: How do you define sexy?
It’s a reflection of the love you have for yourself. Self esteem.
Q4: What is one thing you are insecure about, and how do you work to overcome it?
Being a mother for the first time brought up fears and questions. I try to push these feelings away and trust in my instincts.
Q5: In a sisterhood/friendship, what is the one thing you find most important to maintain a healthy and strong relationship?
Communication. Being able to speak freely about your feelings and listen to the other person.