Born in 1987 in New-York to well-traveled parents, Chef Jean-Georges and Muriel, Louise would spend her childhood days growing up in both New York and the south of France where she studied and practiced ballet. In 2005 she went to Washington DC to study finance at American University and after working for her father’s business for about 3 years at Mercer Kitchen as a manager, she returned to France to pursue her MBA at ESSEC Business School in Paris.
After living in Dubai and Hong Kong, Louise returned to New York City. Since her return, New York has been graced with two of her restaurants under the Chefs Club name. In 2016 Louise decided to establish the Food Dreams Foundation with her family and to pursue her philanthropic endeavor by helping students access education and jobs within the culinary industry. Since then, more than 60 students have been participating in the program, students from every parts of the world.
Louise married in 2018 to Hamdi Ulukaya, Founder of Chobani and they welcome their first son Miran later that year. After Miran’s birth, Louise decided to create a brand that care for the environment, respects the people making it, and that looks and feels good while being accessible for all. Clothes that would care for the planet and for the environment while not compromising on the comfort, look and feel of the clothes. It took 2 years for Louise, 2 years of research to perfect the best technologies and blends of materials to make earth friendly clothes for kids.
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