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Olivia Knight | Brandologist with high EQ | Project Patchwrk

Olivia Knight | Brandologist with high EQ | Project Patchwrk | Ogunte | Women Social Innovators | Scoop.it
Olivia Knight is a socialist, a feminist and an environmentalist. "Now that I’m starting my own business I’m hoping to prove that my isms are compatible with enterprise!"

"We launch Patchwork Present* in February. It’s a site that lets friends come together to collectively fund a single gift or experience that is really wanted. It’s about helping people meet needs in tough economic times and also about reducing the amount of unwanted gifts that end up in landfill! I don’t think I’m starting a wave so much as joining one – a really important and powerful movement that challenges conventional consumption and instead celebrates a more creative, collaborative and resourceful approach to living … and giving" Follow Olivia on Twitter on @projectpatchwrk
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Elizabeth Jane Plummer | Slow Fashion Advocate | The Lost Travel TShirt Company

Elizabeth Jane Plummer | Slow Fashion Advocate | The Lost Travel TShirt Company | Ogunte | Women Social Innovators | Scoop.it

"Everybody knows the words ‘eco’ or ‘organic’, even ‘bamboo’, but not everyone appreciates the importance of ethical production and the consideration of the people who produce our clothes and other material things. n France, the vintage and second-hand shopping trend is not as strong as it is in the UK  Improving people’s shopping habits to the point where they can wear and buy ‘old’ or second hand clothes and still feel good, chic and proud of their items would be a huge step for recycling, re-using and generally cutting down on clothing being thrown out and wasted. To make this happen: talk, promote, share, share and share some more via word of mouth, friends, social media and through Lost Travel TShirt’s own lookbooks and styling pics. I follow the eco-shopping challenge by only wearing ethical, eco, organic, second-hand or vintage pieces and have already mixed some great outfits and looks…!" read more... @losttravelt

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