Stella McCartney and Nafisa Kaptownwala both have leading roles in this week's news roundup.

Prints by Prints All Over Me, The Sartorialist for Agender, Vivienne Westwood and Stella McCartney, Nafisa Kaptownwala and Stefania Ferrario in this week’s news round-up.

Stella McCartney about building a sustainable luxury fashion brand, “plus size” being questioned, and an inspiring model agency. We give you this week’s most important news. 

Everywhere, Stella
Stella McCartney talked about how she built the world’s first sizeable sustainable luxury brand – see the video here. She’s also The Business of Fashion’s cover girl for their issue focusing on critical issues in the fashion industry. Here.

Thank Lorde
Lorde Inc is a street casting modeling agency based in London pushing models of color to the forefront. Dazed Digital did a interview with inspiring founder Nafisa Kaptownwala – read here. Here are the models!

Print All Over Me
The concept “Print All Over Me” concerns itself with involving up and coming designers in a creative platform where print-on-demand clothing takes an ethical approach. Here.

Model, full stop
Why put labels on models based on their size and ethnicity? Australian model Stefania Ferrario is trying to put an end to this by saying “I’m a model FULL STOP” since she is fed up with being called a plus size model. Here.

The street Agender
Selfridges initiative Agender teamed up with Scott Schulman, aka The Sartorialist. The international street style photographer photographed the best of Agender street style. See the result here. Ps. The Agender pop-up store is now open.

Words by Hanna Karlsson


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