Vintage as a Sustainable Fashion Solution with @baygarnett
Striving For A Sustainable Fashion Future With @ceciliethorsmark
Creativity and Sustainability with Vogue Italia’s @saramaino_
10 Sustainable Fashion Podcast Episodes To Inspire Innovation
We share 10 of our favourite REV On Air podcast episodes that help us understand more about sustainable fashion and what it means to be a sustainable fashion brand today striving for a planet-friendly future whilst balancing industry realities such as over-production and un-conscious consumption.
Building a Legacy Brand & Sustainable Fashion Today.
A conversation on sustainability, female entrepreneurship and the challenges and opportunities of truly ethical fashion with the iconic Eileen Fisher. We found Eileen’s passion for what she does and what she believes in infectious, and she has done things her own way since the beginning. This episode covers recycling and innovative fashion, ethical business practices and female entrepreneurship and we hope it inspires you all as much as it did us.
The Evolution of A Sustainable Fashion Brand.
We talk to Mara Hoffman, founder of the iconic sustainable fashion brand. Mara shares an authentic perspective of the various highs and lows to growing a business and how by staying connected to her own values of inclusivity, ethics and humanity, these values were naturally incorporated into the brand itself.
Sustainable Fashion and Women in Business.
Our Co-Founder Cora sat down with the amazing Samata, CEO of Red Carpet, Green Dress, to discuss Samata’s work towards a sustainable future of fashion and her work with Suzy Amis Cameron to make the red carpet a more conscious entity. Samata and Cora also discussed the importance of female empowerment and leadership in business to create a more sustainable economy, and how they both remain motivated and optimistic when things become difficult. We are so excited to share this episode with you and hope you love it as much as we do!
Inclusive & Sustainable Jewelry Design.
A conversation on the ‘true cost’ of the jewelry industry, rematriation, and bringing creativity and art together with a social and environmental mission. We dove into Anna’s passion for transparency within her industry, her knack for finding the most sustainable ways to craft an heirloom, and her attraction to the handmade. This episode covers the creation of ‘slow jewelry,’ making every person feel welcomed, and the sincerity of a brand.
Vintage as a Sustainable Fashion Solution.
We were very excited to be talking about something that we have discussed quite a bit here at REV – is vintage the most sustainable option we all have when it comes to our wardrobes? To help us dissect that question a bit further we spoke to the wonderful Bay Garnett – a renowned stylist and previous contributing fashion editor at British Vogue and currently the Senior Independent Fashion Advisor for Oxfam.
Creativity and Sustainability in Fashion.
Cora speaks to Vogue Italia’s Sara Maino about the future of fashion and young talent in what we hope to be a more sustainable world on the other side of Covid 19. Sara is the Deputy Director of Vogue Italia and Head of Vogue Talents – her insight on a more conscious fashion future that still maintains beauty and creativity at its core is incredibly inspiring.
Advancing Sustainable Fashion.
We were so excited to have a chat with a woman we admire wholeheartedly when it comes to making changes, and that would be Vanessa Barboni Hallik of the ethical luxury fashion line Another Tomorrow.
Striving For A Sustainable Fashion Future.
Cora first met Cecilie during her very first season as CEO of Copenhagen Fashion Week, and she was so lovely and passionate about her role in making Copenhagen the leader for sustainability within Fashion Weeks. She is now a couple of years in and making incredible strides.
Sustainable Fashion Business Growth & Transparency.
Cora speaks to the founder of Danish fashion brand, Ganni, Nicolaj Reffstrup. Nicolaj is a pioneer in sustainable business when it comes to a larger fashion brand and he speaks honestly and openly about growing Ganni as ethically as possible whilst being realistic when it comes to maintaining a successful business.
Sustainable Fashion Business & Growth.
In this episode we speak with John Moore, co-founder and Chief Creative of a brand we really admire, Outerknown. John touches upon the realists of living in California having witnessed the impact that climate change has had on the environment there.