Sustainably Influenced is a platform guiding people through the minefield of sustainability. Hosts Bianca Foley & Charlotte Williams interview a series of experts in sustainability and ethical living to shed a little light on the many terms used across industries, discussing the different aspects of living a conscious lifestyle and how we can do our bit to make a difference.
S04EP12: Christmas Special - Making Sustainable Christmas Swaps 🎄
In today's episode we discuss how you can make swaps this Christmas in favour of more conscious or sustainable items, from giftware, to tree decorations to a purely plant based Christmas dinner, listen to Bianca & Charlotte chat through the changes that you can make in time for the big day!
We wanted to take a moment to say thank you for your continued support over the past 2 years. We love creating this podcast and cannot wait to be back in the New Year 💕
Products/Services mentioned in today's show (please note no products mentioned are endorsed by the brands):
Dissolvable Wrapping Paper: https://cleanwith.plus/products/the-dissolvable-gift-wrap
Treedom Trees: https://www.treedom.net/en/
The Week Junior: https://theweekjunior.co.uk
S04EP11: Season Finale with Bianca Foley & Charlotte Williams
We wanted to close of this incredible fashion season by saying thank you to all of our guests and to say we will see you in 2022! In the meantime, you can find us on Instagram @sustainablyinfluenced and www.sustainablyinfluenced.com Thank you all for your support and please remember to rate and review us on Apple podcasts!
S04EP10: Live from the Voicebox stage at the Cheltenham Literature Festival
Todays episode is another live one! Listen to Bianca & Charlotte discuss how Sustainably Influenced came to be. Thank to The Cheltenham Literature Festival and Voicebox for the incredible opportunity.
Watch the live episode here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AfJUftYOkRA&t=704s
S04EP09: Is Rental Finally Becoming Acceptable in Mainstream Fashion? With CEO and co-founder of HURR, Victoria Prew
There are many ways that eco-conscious fashion lovers keep their closets low-impact and fashion rental is just one of them. In today’s episode, we will be discussing how fashion rental is a positive way to consume and how mainstream retailers can pivot into non-traditional routes to market with Victoria Prew, the co-founder and CEO of HURR, the fashion marketplace changing the way we wear. HURR aims to address an underserved market of women who want access to the latest trends, without the commitment of purchase. Prew is the first to tap into the growing market, spearheading rental fashion and shifts in millennial behaviour.
Headquartered in London, HURR aims to address an underserved market of women who want access to the latest trends, without the commitment of purchase. Prew is the first to tap into the growing market, spearheading rental fashion and shifts in millennial behaviour.
Prew studied Real Estate, launching her own technology product before training as a Chartered Surveyor. The entrepreneur identified an opportunity born from two complementary movements: the rise of sustainable fashion and the rental revolution. The website showcases an unlimited ‘virtual wardrobe’ for luxury rentals, including curated edits, the latest trend pieces and celebrity wardrobes. HURR carries over £10 million+ of inventory and is showing no signs of slowing down. Partnerships with Depop and Selfridges are putting HURR on the map as a pioneer of the fashion tech sector.
Rent today: https://www.hurrcollective.com
S04EP08: What is Ethical Photography? With Eunice Pais, founder of Pais Agency
As influencers are no strangers to photography and photoshoots, but what impact does what we do and the wider fashion industry have on the environment? Can photography be carbon neutral as well as environmentally and socially impactful? We are speaking with Eunice Pais, founder of Pais Agency to find out just that…
Eunice Pais is a photographer and co-founder of PAIS. PAIS is a photography production agency specialized in carbon neutral and socially impactful fashion photo productions. The agency focuses on addressing systemic imbalances in fashion photography by supporting people and celebrating a diversity of voices through deep engagement in the ethical fashion community.
As an artist, Eunice creates bodies of work that explore, aesthetically, all things related to human-nature interactions.
S04EP07: What goes into getting a B Corps Certification with Kristi Soomer, founder of Encircled
Have you ever heard of the phrase “B Corps Certified?” In the UK there are only 16 certified B Corporation fashion brands
Certified B Corporations are businesses that meet the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance, public transparency, and legal accountability to balance profit and purpose. B Corps are accelerating a global culture shift to redefine success in business and build a more inclusive and sustainable economy.
Encircled is a slow fashion brand that does it all. Founded by Kristi Soomer, Encircled is one of the few apparel brands that is a Certified B. Corp, which puts the planet and people before profits. To give you some perspective, there are only 9 apparel brands in Canada that are Certified. B Corps, and only 4 of these are female-founded/majority female owned B.Corps.
Find out more about Encircled here: https://www.encircled.ca
Bianca and Charlotte, hosts of the Sustainability Influenced podcast, highlight all aspects of sustainability and more in this can’t miss podcast! The hosts and expert guests offer insightful advice and information that is helpful to anyone that listens!