Six months ago I was asked to do a photoshoot for an oil company. Torn between needing to pay rent and being horrified by using my creative energies to green wash an oil company. After much discussion Sam Bates and I decided to push forward and use our voice to fight for a change. This editorial with NYLON and Jenna Rose Igneri is the result. We spent months researching brands and what #sustainablefashion means. The more we researched the wider the topic became. This is only the beginning. Clara Rae Celine Semaan Amanda H. Nguyen Rhianna Jones Nouri Hassan Maya Penn Km Ngai
“The world of sustainable fashion isn't easy to navigate. There isn't always one straight answer. But today, there is a huge movement at-hand, with activists doing all they can to raise awareness on all levels—from passing legislation to youth influencing other youth. And that can't be a bad thing.
What it comes down to is that no one brand, and no one person, is perfect. Transparency is key. Collectively, we all need to do a little better, and try a little harder, and keep evolving and innovating—and we can't be discouraged by the amount of work that needs to be done. Because if we don't take action, Mother Earth will continue to suffer, and by proxy, so will we.”
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