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World traveler and style guru Emily Underhill is a pretty rad chick who can typically be found doing pretty cool things. This Louisiana native had her first passport before she could walk or talk and has now been to over 45 countries across 5 continents. Having spent over a decade in the fashion industry, Emily has lived, studied, and worked in some of the top fashion and shopping capitals of the world- places such as New York, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and even Florence, Italy. This Fashion Institute of Technology graduate spent two years working as a luxury shopping guide at sea before taking her talents shoreside. In 2020 Emily co-founded a #vanlife movement, VandemicUSA, and traveled the US as an advocate for living an active lifestyle and supporting local small business. After returning to her hometown of Baton Rouge she opened Silibi, an appointment only vintage showroom filled with luxury treasures personally curated by Emily during her travels. 


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Swamp Swap: A new Baton Rouge clothing event modeled off of similar events in other cities is taking place on July 29, calls for residents to trade their unwanted clothes with others at J. Zumo Gallery on Interline Avenue. Swamp Swap: A Baton Rouge Clothing Swap was conceived by Emily Underhill, owner of Silibi Vintage Showroom

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Swap Don't Shop At A New Clothing Event That Launches This Weekend


Imagine finding clothing pieces for your wardrobe, without spending money. It seems too good to be true, but a new clothing swap event in Baton Rouge will allow participants to do just that.

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Out With The New, In With The Old: Where To Find Vintage Fashion In Baton Rouge

Much of today’s clothing is overrun by fast fashion. The cheaply made garments go out of style within a few years, and they aren’t typically made to last either.  If you’re looking for a way to build a stylish, one-of-a-kind wardrobe while also shopping sustainability, try vintage.



Emily Underhill Brings Luxury Vintage Fashion To Baton Rouge


‘One of my wishes, in being here in Baton Rouge, is to open people up to the idea of buying secondhand—shopping sustainably, and being more intentional with clothing, wardrobe and fashion choices,” says Emily Underhill, the entrepreneur and sustainability advocate behind newly opened, appointment-based luxury vintage showroom Silibi.

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Dive into life on the road with Vandemic USA founders Emily and Alissa in Alissa's Medium article which covers everything from what inspired their #vanlife journey to what they have planned next.

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Attention: In The United States Cars Are A Base For Living ... What Is Van Life?

A single red van parked in a park in the suburbs of New York, surrounded by nature. The woman relaxing in the car is the owner of this van, Emily Underhill (25).


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Writer Whizy Kim explores what life is like for Americans on unemployment during COVID-19 and talks with Emily about her transition from cruise life to van life, including how being unemployed has affected her personally. 

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