Clare Press is the founder of Wardrobe Crisis – a chart-topping podcast and online courses platform dedicated to sharing sustainability knowledge. Each week, host Clare interviews designers, change-makers, academics, creatives and fashion insiders about fashion, ethics, social justice and environmental sustainability.
Courtney Holm is the founder of A.BCH – a circular label that exists to transform the way we buy, wear and discard clothing. The label uses product design innovation and education to tackle waste through an entire garment lifecycle. Courtney is a voice for system change in the industry, collaborating across disciplines to activate solutions.
Eloise is the Head of Sustainability for Country Road Group and David Jones. She leads a strategy with ambitions including net zero carbon emissions, moving towards circular systems of production, supporting biodiversity and transparent supply chains. Eloise has over 20 years experience in fashion and textile sector and sits on several industry committees.
Genevieve Smart is founder and creative director of Australian fashion brand Ginger&Smart known for creating contemporary sustainable fashion. She is on the Advisory Council for Sydney Women’s Fund and the Advisory Council for Atelier Foundation of the Art Gallery New South Wales and Australian Parents for Climate Action.
Marcus is the co-founder and creative director of HoMie and REBORN – social enterprise and streetwear labels that provide new clothing and job opportunities to young people affected by homelessness or hardship. REBORN By HoMie aims to creatively minimise waste in its production and has so far prevented over 4000 clothing items from going to landfill.