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Issue No. 3

The Regenerative Fashion Edition


Jamie Clayton


Orsola De Castro

Co-Founder of Fashion Revolution

Orsola De Castro is the Co-Founder and Creative Director of Fashion Revolution, a global movement calling for greater transparency, sustainability and ethics in the fashion industry. Recently, Orsola created Reclaim To Wear, resulting in collaborations with retailers such as Topshop as well as projects with Central Saint Martins and Hong Kong Design Institute.


Rebecca Van Bergen

Founder of Nest

Rebecca van Bergen is the Founder and Executive Director of Nest, a nonprofit dedicated to advancing global artisans, their families, and their communities by helping them build sustainable businesses. She founded Nest after graduating with a Masters Degree in Social Work from Washington University in St. Louis in 2006 and has since been recognized for her leadership by PBS, CNN, the Clinton Global Initiative, and
the White House.


Brian Linton

Founder of United by Blue

Brian Linton is the Founder and CEO of United By Blue, a for-profit outdoor lifestyle brand focused on conservation and sustainable supply chains. For every product sold, United By Blue removes one pound of trash from our world’s oceans and waterways. Brian and I discuss his journey from growing up in Singapore, developing his passion for protecting the ocean and building a brand that does more than just sell apparel and gear.


Daniel Silverstein

Founder of Zero Waste Daniel

Daniel Silverstein is the Founder of Zero Waste Daniel, the first line of zero waste clothing made from ReRoll and composed of 100% scrap material. Since starting ZWD in 2016, Daniel’s namesake label has been recognized in numerous publications, and can now be found in boutiques and specialty stores around the world, including its flagship location at 369 Hooper Street in Brooklyn, NY.


Kelli Woo x Allie Cameron

Founders of Basal and Hara 

Kelli Woo is the Founder and Designer of Basal, a Los Angeles-based underwear label, whose mission is to make their consciously sourced product affordable to everyone. Allie Cameron founded HARA, a lingerie label, after traveling throughout Asia and experiencing firsthand the substantial environmental impact that the fashion industry is having on the planet. 


Julia Grieve

Founder of Preloved

Preloved is a Toronto fashion label that upcycles vintage sweaters, denim and deadstock fabric to create one-of-a-kind, made-in-Canada fashions that are sold online and wholesale to more than 400 boutiques. Each year, Preloved uses more than 100,000 vintage wool sweaters and 50,000 vintage cotton pants. Over the brand’s 23 years in business, it has diverted more than 1 million garments from landfills. 


Bill Johnston

Founder of Recover Brands

Bill Johnston is the Co-Founder and President of Recover Brands, an apparel and accessory manufacturing company whose mission is to create the most environmentally friendly and socially responsible products possible. Recover accomplishes this by maintaining complete control of their supply chain to ensure that all of their products are made from 100% recycled materials. 


Dustin x Harry

Co-Founders of Arvin Goods

Dustin Winegardner and Harry Fricker are Co-Founders of Arvin Goods, an apparel brand that focuses on design-led and sustainably made apparel basics. As a reflection of their commitment to good design and love for wild spaces, Dustin and Harry have created the only basics brand to put sustainability first, meaning Arvin’s products are made using a “closed loop” production process, as every Arvin basic is made from 100% donated/upcycled materials.


Rachel Kibbe

Founder of Helpsy

A graduate of Emory and the Parsons School of Design, Rachel Kibbe founded Helpsy in 2012 after working for years in the fashion industry. Appalled at the waste, abuses, and general exploitation of resources, with Helpsy, Rachel aims to show that cutting edge fashion and design-forward products can be as cool as they are eco-friendly and ethically produced.


Alysia Reiner

Founder of Livari

Alysia Reiner is an actress (Orange Is The New Black, Equity) and Co-Founder of LIVARI, a zero waste womenswear label made ethically in New York. Using the art of fashion as a medium of activism and hope, LIVARI is a collaborative space where the voices of women are celebrated and uplifted. 


Dominique Drakeford

Founder of Melaninass

Dominique Drakeford is an environmental educator, creative director and community advocate who works in so many different spheres to inspire ecological, cultural, and social change. She shares with our readers brands founded by people of color that need to be elevated within the sustainable style realm.


Amanda Hearst

Founder of Maison de Mode 

Amanda Hearst and Hassan Pierre opened the first Maison de Mode concept pop-up in December of 2012, pioneering the one-stop shop for the ultimate luxury ethical closet. Merchandised by item, color, classification and trend, Maison de Mode offers a unique shopping experience for the ‘pure luxury’ consumer.


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