“I think more people would support ethical brands if they knew where to find ethically made clothing. That’s really the purpose of REFIX- to introduce consumers to conscious creators and to bring a sense of ‘soul’ back into modern apparel”
Andrea Plell is a San Francisco-based creative director, professional stylist, fashion show producer, and publicist. While attending San Diego State Business School, Andrea independently produced the first ethical fashion show in Southern California- –Ecologique Fashion: Fashion for a Green Future, in addition to launching REFIX Magazine.
Andrea currently her own ethical fashion production company in San Francisco, CA called Ecologique Fashion, and works with a number of ethical fashion designers and brands on the West Coast including Myrrhia Fine Knitwear, Futa Kashmir, and Adelyn. She is most recently recognized by her involvement with Urban Air Market – a sustainable marketplace for indie designers, her role in brand development with Eco Habitude, as well as the Fibershed Fashion Gala 2013 of which she produced for non-profit Fibershed.
“Writing for Refix is a great opportunity for me to put the headlight on sustainable fashion in Europe”
Central Saint Martins graduate Camilla Doig Lorentzen has been writing about sustainable fashion for Refix since 2010. Being a designer, she has been working for Christopher Raeburn in London, and Victorinox in Switzerland. Currently she is designing and making a range of sustainable dresses and accessories for Silje Natland in Stavanger, Norway.
Sustainability lies close to Camilla’s heart, and she has made her own childrenswear company Cadolo, with those exact principles. Please see www.cadolo.com and this small video where she explains how sustainability is a part of who she is.