Louis Monoyudis

Louis Monoyudis

A graduate of both Harvard and Parsons, Louis has worked in a variety of fields including fashion, digital media, start-ups, advertising and subscription commerce. Currently, Louis is the CEO of Always for Me, an online destination for swimwear, cover-ups, sleepwear and active-wear.

In his previous role as Chief Operating Officer at outer Places, Louis launched the Supply Pod mystery box, for which he forged partnerships with major entertaining companies such as 20th Century Fox, MGM, Penguin Random House, Fox Television and organizations including Obama's White House Office of Science and Technology. Before this, Louis was a co-founder of Bright Blue Media, a digital and print luxury publishing business that worked with brands such as Chanel, Bulgari, Gucci, and Burberry, and hotels such as the Ritz Carlton, the Four Seasons, and the St. Regis. Prior to founding Bright Blue Media, Louis was the Founder and CEO of Cut on Your Bias, the world's first designer level fashion crowdsourced platform, which was awarded "Best of the Web" by InStyle magazine.

Louis's career in fashion started in the early 2000s and spanned almost a decade. In this time, he helped launch new divisions at Calvin Klein, John Varvatos and Tommy Hilfiger. Louis began his career working in brand strategy at Leo Burnett, one of the country's largest advertising agencies, where he worked with clients such as Motorola and Sprite.

In his spare time, Louis is a mentor to start-up founders through Venture for America and serves on the board of Harvard Alumni Entrepreneurs NYC and the New York Chapter of the ACLU.

Louis and his companies have been featured in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Business Insider, Glamour, and Elle.

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