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Fashion queens for sustainability

Fashion queens for sustainability

Fabulous founders of Fashion Revolution Carry Somers and Orsola de Castro really are the living proof that you don't need to compromise fashion for sustainability. Carry is a keen Mexico traveller who wears the most beautiful handcraften pieces from Oaxaca, and Orsola wears a hand made (by her cousin) silk tee with a Kenzo jacket that belonged to the cousin's mother and a pair of culottes from Mrs de Castro's former upcycling brand From Somewhere. Let's make it Fashion Revolution week every week of the year and keep asking Who made my clothes? and remember that Loved clothes last! If we are mindful and responsible about how we buy, wear and care, and make sure to donate, swap, sell or recycle our clothes we should be able to enjoy fashion! Because we love it! Just like these two beautiful ladies.




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