“Think of Your Closet As An Art Gallery”
The first thing you’ll notice is her photography style - wistful and romantic, it reminds of the beauty that can be found when we slow down a little; when we take a moment to appreciate the things we already have, rather than coveting the things we want. Her blog, on the other hand, is more hard-hitting; covering topics such as racial prejudice in fashion and cultural appropriation.
Does the ethical fashion community have a diversity problem?
Recent controversies on Instagram and beyond have highlighted issues in the rapidly growing space.
What is the line between cultural appropriation and appreciation?
A panel of experts explain the history of cultural appropriation and growing awareness in the digital era.
Aditi Mayer of ADIMAY on Revolution Washing
"I think the way we look at sustainable fashion now - it's been a response. So, sustainable fashion exists because the industry is inherently broken, and we could argue that fast fashion has profited off the normalization of exploitation. As we go forward, I think if we work toward a more just industry, that's inherently going to change the definition of sustainability too. It's tied with change, it's tied with being critical about how the industry currently stands - so, that's a reflection of who we are as individuals, but also where we stand in larger systems."
16 Ethical Fashion Instagram Influencers Who Will Inspire You To Have A More Conscious Closet
Looking to spice up your feed? Not sure how to incorporate a sustainable wardrobe into your daily lifestyle? Search no further than these fashion-forward women below. Learn their stories as you scroll through their curated pages and why living a conscious life is important to them.