Advocate, speaker and panelist for sustainable fashion, equality, sustainability generally, human trafficking and circularity
After starting in the fashion industry 10 years ago, she worked her way up to buyer level working for many high-street & designer brands including Vivienne Westwood.
After working so closely with suppliers and factories she developed a deep understanding & concern for the need for sustainable fashion which led her to found Fabric For Freedom; a contemporary sustainable clothing brand.
Since starting Fabric For Freedom she has become an advocate, speaker & panelist for sustainable fashion, equality, sustainability generally, human trafficking & circularity. Extensive experience in luxury retail and high street fashion across design, buying and merchandising.
Working along side charities such as the A21 campaign raising awareness and fighting against modern slavery.
Freeset USA is a Fair Trade non-profit in business for freedom from oppression, poverty, & ignorance. Their mission is to bring freedom to communities in West Bengal, India and beyond through employment & education.
Freeset India exists to offer employment to people who've been marginalized by society. Freeset India has strategically placed their facilities in communities written off by society because they believe these communities deserve to live a life of freedom and The #OneLess pioneer network which is a group of organisations that are leading the London's refill revolution.
All the #OneLess pioneers are working to reduce or eliminate single-use plastic bottled water and encourage and enable 'refilling' instead.
The future of fashion has to be sustainable. It is now urgent we resolve the issues caused by unethical practices within the fashion industry. Fabric For Freedom is a message for future change. Campaigning for fashion that's fair, a responsible fashion industry and empowers, rescues and restores people.