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Individual Fellowship 500 members

Please find listed below individual members of the FELLOWSHIP 500. Profiles are regularly added to this list.

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Individual Fellowship 500 members

Aleksandra Mohorina

Profile: Aleksandra Mohorina, a recent graduate from Middlesex University, has a strong focus on sustainability and ethics in fashion. Her graduate collection integrated sustainability and ethics throughout: making use of organic, fair trade, recycled materials, and natural dyes. In future, Aleksandra aims to produce eco-friendly clothing through her new design label, Scarlet Flower.

Pioneering in: Eco-friendly and ethical design concepts.

Fellowship sector: One to watch.

Aleksandra Mohorina

Amanda Hearst

Profile: Amanda Hearst is an associate market editor at Marie Claire where she runs Amanda’s Eye, a fashion blog devoted to ethical brands and products. While formerly a model, Amanda recently stepped back in front of the camera for ethical fashion label, Liya Kebede. Her love of activism has led her to found Friends of Finn, an organization that works to stop inhumane treatment of puppies in mills, and serve as co-chair for Riverkeeper’s Junior Council, a non-profit which protects the Hudson river.

Pioneering in: Mass market promotion of ethical fashion labels.

Fellowship sector: Press and media.

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Amanda Hearst

Baroness Lola Young

Profile: An author, academic and political voice, Baroness Lola Young is a champion for sustainable fashion issues and founder of the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Ethical Fashion. After an acting career in theatre and television, Lola Young became an arts administrator, later moving on to become professor of Cultural Studies at Middlesex University, a writer, cultural critic, public speaker and broadcaster. After a period as project director leading a major initiative at the Black Cultural Archives, Lola subsequently became Head of Culture at the Greater London Authority. She currently advises arts and cultural agencies and organisations on policy, diversity, leadership and strategic planning and continues to write. Lola has sat on the Boards of several national cultural organisations including the South Bank Centre, the Royal National Theatre, the Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts, and The National Archives. As an Ambassador for the Ethical Fashion Forum and MADE-BY, Lola uses her political position to promote ethical, sustainable fashion.

Pioneering in: Raising awareness and inspiring support for sustainable fashion at a political level.

Fellowship sector: Awareness raising and policy level change

Baroness Lola Young

Clare Lissaman

Profile: Clare Lissaman is an ethical trade consultant, specialising in labour standards within in global supply chains, and has worked with businesses across the sector from Tesco to Gap and Marks & Spencer. Alongside this, Clare is on the Steering Group of the Decent Work and Labour Standards Forum, and ran the Hong Kong Asian Conservation Awareness Programme.

Pioneering in: Sustainable supply chain strategy.

Fellowship sector: Individual Innovator.

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Clare Lissaman

Hilary Alexander

Profile: Hilary Alexander has extensive broadcast experience that includes three years on BBC 2’s Style Challenge. She is often interviewed for fashion cable channels including Fashion File, Fashion TV and Video Fashion. She is the regular stylist and presenter for the Designer Catwalk shows at the annual Clotheshow Live in Birmingham. She was the featured stylist in the Living TV series Britain’s Next Top Model in 2005 and 2006 and also appears in the latest series.

Pioneering in: Fashion journalism.

Fellowship sector: Press and media.

Hilary Alexander

Lucy Shea

Profile: Lucy Shea is CEO at Futerra Sustainability Communications and founder of the Swishing clothes swapping concept. The mission of Futerra is to make sustainable development so desirable it becomes normal. The Swishing concept came from a desire to give women who love both shopping and the environment the thrill of retail therapy without contributing to increased consumption.

Pioneering in: Sustainability strategy, communication and behavioural change.

Fellowship Sector: Sustainability leader.

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Lucy Shea

Pamela Daniels

Profile: Pamela Daniels is a Creative Consultant specialising in the Ethical Fashion and sustainable design sector. As a board member of the Ethical Fashion Forum she has led a variety of inspiring projects, from her work with the BBC as an ethical style consultant to initiatives to inspire and support emerging designers.

Pioneering in: Creative innovation, strategy and promotion of sustainable fashion. Inspiring collaboration and network building.

Fellowship sector: Individual Innovator.

Pamela Daniels

Samantha Comelli

Profile: Samantha Comelli is a freelance costume designer who specialises in creating one off pieces, with sustainable eco-certificated fabrics. Using natural dyes, recycled materials and natural fabrics, such as wools or cashmere, Samantha aims to produce unique and wearable pieces that are comfortable and made to last.

Pioneering in: Up-and-coming ethical fashion.

Fellowship sector: Fashion Design.

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Samantha Comelli