Fighting the toxic cycle of overconsumption and textile waste.
The Nest is a sustainable fashion collective fighting the toxic cycle of overconsumption and textile waste through our decluttering services, secondhand store, community events, and educational workshops.
Together, we inspire authenticity and sustainability by shifting mindsets, encouraging slow consumption, and ultimately diverting textile waste out of landfills.
Based in Providence, RI.
Meet the Founders
Charlotte von Meister
Charlotte von Meister is the Co-Founder of The Nest. She's on a mission to show people that they can be stylish and sustainably-minded while also supporting their community.
Charlotte earned a degree in Fashion Marketing and Management from Savannah College of Art and Design before moving to New York City, where she gained entrepreneurial experience working at the ground-level of two different start-up fashion brands.
Charlotte has always loved the power of fashion to express style and authenticity, but in 2019 she grew fed up with the wastefulness of the industry and pivoted into professional organizing. After completing her KonMari Method™ certification, she started a new career path helping people shed the excess in their lives, rather than pushing consumption.
Charlotte is excited to use The Nest as a platform to share her passion for intentional living and show people that they can learn to live with less without sacrificing anything.
Danielle Sturm is Co-Founder of The Nest. Her deep passion for secondhand clothing and thrifting–mixed with a love for the local and underground art scene–has led to a personal mission to change people's mindset of how we consume and support our local communities.
Danielle graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Sports, Entertainment, and Event Management and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Johnson & Wales University Providence. She got her start working in marketing and communications for startups and nonprofits in the medical technology and life science industries. Through her work, she has also produced two podcast series.
Danielle has interest in encompassing communication and culture, specifically through how music, sound, art, and history bring communities together. At The Nest, she has found the perfect avenue to successfully connect people over a sustainable cause and create a community of inclusion, culture, and fun.
Cover feature and 3 page article. Rhody Resale: How local boutiques are saving the planet with style.
Second-hand showroom The Nest features sustainable fashion, community, and friendship
Rhode Island Monthly
Best of Rhode Island 2022 Winner: Pre-Loved Clothing
Revamp Your Wardrobe at the Nest’s Clothing Swap