- Lindsay Giambattista, 16, lives in a comfortable home in the suburbs, but she spends her time at Taylor’s Closet.
“Clothes to teenage girls are not their lives, but a very important part of their lives,” said Lindsay.
The teen entrepreneur said her idea to create and manage a clothing boutique for needy girls started as a community service project.
She asked a group of designers and builders to get involved and before long Taylor’s Closet, named for Lindsay’s twin sister who died at birth, was a reality.
The boutique is on the second floor of a local foster care facility. It carries upscale, new, and barely used clothing for teen girls in the foster care system. The items are donated by stores and, best of all, they’re all free.
This teen is about try on her first pair of brand new $100 jeans…