Aja Barber (@Ajabarber)
An author (Consumed: The Need for Collective Change; Colonialism, Climate Change and Consumerism), stylist and ethical fashion consultant with a plethora of knowledge and first-hand insight into the industry.
Aja holds regular conversations about the connection of climate change with feminism, racism and colonialism and working towards a better fashion industry with these at the centre. Also great GRWM videos!
Kate Caric (@SustainableOutfits)
Follow Kate if you are just starting out in the sustainable fashion space. Concise, informative videos educate around greenwashing, waste and consumerism.
Kate’s drive is to make sustainable clothing the norm – no matter who you are, what style you have or what clothes you like, your clothes can be made by people who are treated well and in ways that don’t hurt the planet.
You can find Kate on TikTok with the same name.
Lucy Siegle (@TheSeagull)
No list is complete without Lucy – the presenter and writer has been campaigning in this space for years.
A regular on The One Show, Lucy speaks unapologetically about environmental issues, and is unafraid to say it how it is. As organic as it gets.
Marina Testino (@MarinaTestino)
Yes, a famous fashion industry name and educated at Parsons School of Design – though this model who burst on the scene in 2017 has carved a name for herself as a responsible fashion insider.
Four years ago Marina made a mark with the One Dress to Impress campaign, wearing the same dress to every event for two months (that’s a lot of events in this world) to raise awareness around the social and environmental impacts of fast fashion.
She has since used her platform as a creative director and activist to continue this work.
Venetia La Manna (@venetialamanna)
A slow and fair fashion campaigner, creating content across multiple platforms and outputs.
Host of the All The Small Things podcast and co-founder of Remember Who Made Them, which supports garment workers. You may have seen her fast fashion Recipe For Disaster videos!