Fashion’s most eco-friendly fashionista
For making the fashion industry more conscious and building a sustainable fashion industry in Asia
Christina Dean is a popular name in the world of sustainable fashion. She is a leading sustainable fashion advocate who founded The R Collective, a social impact upcycled fashion brand that creates luxury upcycled fashion using waste materials, and also a charity called Redress that’s on a mission to reduce waste in the fashion industry. Christina is also an award-winning journalist, having written opinion pieces for CNN Style, Huffington Post and China Daily, and she has been widely quoted in VOGUE, BBC, New York Times, Forbes, Bloomberg Business Week and more. In her career, Christina hosted a TV series called Frontline Fashion I and II and her TEDx ‘You Are What You Wear’ has been widely watched. She’s also received numerous recognitions, including one by UK Vogue as one of the UK’s ‘Top 30 Inspirational Women’.
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