When it comes to high fashion Pamela Paquin is making fur in fashion ethical.
Petite Mort has legitimized the phrase “accidental fur” and the concept of creating fur fashions using American road kill by harvesting the animals who are casualties of the nation’s roadways to be used as fur accessories – neck ruffs, leg warmers, hat poms, hand muffs and trim.
Paquin has worn many hats and one of them has been as a business entrepreneur who has a penchant for fighting resource misuse as a world renowned global sustainability expert.
But her new life as a fur fashion firm president began after leaving Copenhagen, Denmark to return to America as a single mother and pursue a business dream to build a new life for her daughter and herself.
The fashion fur dream of road kill couture is also a story of a woman who struggled as millions of single mothers do, and the pathway she took that serves as an example for others. On Standing at Freedom’s Gate join Pamela M. Paquin, President of Petite Mort, who she uses her courage, conviction and Native American heritage in a business that animals lovers can embrace.
Also on the show will be Susan Swift Arnall, who has been a noted actor, attorney, businesswoman, and writer who is running for Glendale Community College (GCC) Board of Trustees on April 7, 2015.
Susan explains why a conservative leader can and will make a difference in California higher education.