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FELLOWSHIP 500 MEMBERS

FELLOWSHIP 500 MEMBERS

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

The Ethical Fashion Fellowship will unite 500 pioneering innovators in fashion and sustainability to take the movement to the next level. This includes individuals, entrepreneurs and businesses, from every part of the fashion industry supply chain, globally.

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Antoinette Saxer

Profile: Antoinette is the Founder of The Good Fashion Show, a not-for profit event showcasing ethical designers. The event aims to raise awareness and promote sustainable business.

Pioneering in: Creating a platform for sustainable fashion: increasing availability of pioneering brands and products to both consumers and buyers.

Fellowship sectors: Collaboration / Awareness raising

Visit The Good Fashion Show

Antoinette Saxer

Daliah Simble

Profile: Daliah Simble is an industry professional who has worked extensively within the UK fashion industry for the past twenty years and is a specialist in the entire product lifecycle. Daliah implemented the pioneering ETI base code for Monsoon in 1998 – only the third high street retailer in the UK to have done so at that time.

Pioneering in: Sustainable global sourcing solutions, including ‘Made In The UK’

Fellowship sector: Pioneering professional

Daliah Simble

Jessie Brinton

Profile: Jessie Brinton is a journalist with the Sunday Times Style, Editor of the Estethica Review, the official London Fashion Week publication on sustainable fashion, and champion for sustainable fashion issues.

Pioneering in: Increasing the profile and representation of sustainable fashion in the mainstream press

Fellowship sector: Press/ Media.

Jessie Brinton

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.

Visit Futerra

Read more about Swishing

Lucy Shea

Nerida Lennon

Profile: Nerida Lennon is a model, sustainable fashion advocate and film maker. Nerida Lennon has developed an initiative that marries the cachet of high fashion with sustainability principles, with the central view that style is not a trade-off for sustainable design. The initiative involves a film following Australia’s leading designers on a journey to produce a garment that meets sustainability guidelines.

Pioneering in: Sustainable fashion film production and awareness raising.

Fellowship sector: Individual innovator.

Visit Nerida Lennon’s Blog

Nerida Lennon

Ngaire Takano

Profile: Ngaire is a sourcing consultant, educator and connector for artisans, clean supply chains and sustainable sourcing. She supports and works with the craftsmen, women, and artisans who nurture traditional skills and methods of production, connecting them with designers and brands.

Pioneering in: Sustainable sourcing.

Fellowship sector: Individual innovator and network builder.

Visit Ngaire Takano

Ngaire Takano

Orsola de Castro

Profile: Orsola de Castro is a leading pioneer within the sustainable fashion sector, and founder of eco-brands “From Somewhere” and “Reclaim to Wear”. She is responsible for the launch, and continues to curate Estethica, the groundbreaking eco zone at London Fashion Week, which showcases young green fashion designers.

Pioneering in: Championing and supporting emerging, eco-fashion talent; upcycling and raising awareness of fashion sustainability issues, and growing the ethical fashion movement.

Fellowship sector: Leading pioneer. Upcycling innovator.

Visit From Somewhere
Visit Reclaim to wear
Learn more about Esthetica

Orsola de Castro

Sass Brown

Profile: Profile: Sass Brown is a leading authority on eco fashion design and the eco fashion movement. She is the author of Eco Fashion, one of the most important books showcasing ethical fashion designers, and the founder of EcoFashionTalk, a website featuring cutting edge ethical fashion. Sass has worked and consulted for women’s cooperatives in the developing world, and writes for a range of eco design magazines and blogs.

Pioneering in: Creating a platform for, raising the profile for, and showcasing outstanding eco fashion design.

Fellowship sector: Sustainable design innovation

Visit Sass Brown

Sass Brown

HJ Fantaskis

Profile: HJ Fantaskis is a freelance consultant, who offers specialist services to sustainable fashion brands and businesses. Her key areas are social media and copywriting for brands. She is the author of “Twitter – How To: Guide For Small Business & Charities”. HJ has a particular interest in menswear and her blog explores and champions menswear made in the UK. You can follow her on Twitter @HJFantaskis.

Pioneering in: Sustainable fashion social media & sustainable menswear.

Fellowship sector: Press/ Media.

Visit Hannahs Blog

HJ Fantaskis

Tabea Kay

Profile: Tabea Kay is an ethical fashion columnist for Good Magazine. She is also an experienced production coordinator, production manager, and operations manager for several fashion companies. Tabea aims to bring these skills and know-how to brands that are committed to making a difference.

Pioneering in: Sharing, inspiring, and supporting best practice.

Fellowship sectors: Press/ Media and sustainable business strategy.

Visit Tabea Kays Column

Tabea Kay

Julia Wilber

Profile: Julia Wilber is Thomas J Watson Fellow and is carrying out research on a global level on ethical fashion, with a focus upon “Bridging the Gap” between community and fair trade suppliers and fashion brands.

Pioneering in: Sharing best practice and pioneering new strategies.

Fellowship sector: Ground-Breaking Research.

Julia Wilber

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

Dr Emma Neuberg

Profile: Emma Neuberg is the founder and CEO of The Slow Textiles Group, an international platform for design, community, dialogue, reflection & dissemination of textile methodologies that are sustaining as well as sustainable. Emma has been recognised for her work and pioneering vision, achieving many prestigious awards throughout her career.

Pioneering in: Promoting new thought processes and ideas and evolving current concepts of slow textile design.

Fellowship sector: Ground Breaking Research.

Visit The Slow Textiles Group

Dr Emma Neuberg

Joanne Gregory

Profile: Jo is a Partner at the law firm Joelson Wilson LLP and a member of the Ethical Fashion Forum board. An ambassador for sustainable fashion, Jo recognises that raising the awareness of and engaging in sustainable practices within the fashion industry is absolutely vital for its future and for today. Jo lectures extensively in respect of the above issues.

Pioneering in: Raising awareness and inspiring positive change.

Fellowship sector: Pioneering professional.

Joanne Gregory

Elizabeth Parker

Profile: A commitment to social and environmental justice underpins Liz Parker’s work as a freelance researcher, consultant, facilitator and educator. For over a decade, the focus of her work has been corporate practices, supply chains, labour and environmental standards and international trade policy in the garment and agriculture sectors. Between 2006 and 2010 she was joint project coordinator of Fashioning an Ethical Industry, a project of Labour Behind the Label, that supports the integration of workers’ rights issues into fashion education.

Pioneering in: Workers rights, and integrating sustainability in fashion education.

Fellowship sector: Individual innovator.

Elizabeth Parker

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.

Follow Clare on Twitter @clarelissaman

Clare Lissaman

Mo Tomaney

Profile: Since 2001, Mo Tomaney has held a Senior Research Fellowship in the School of Fashion & Textiles at Central St Martins, as well as running an independent consultancy. Mo has worked to develop sustainable market access & value chains that contribute directly to poverty reduction programmes, alongside academic work that has impacted on curricular development in fashion courses.

Pioneering in: Sustainable value chain building and fashion education.

Fellowship sector: Individual innovator.

Mo Tomaney