Damilola Ajani

Last year I went to Nigeria and while there I fell in love with the surroundings, I found so much inspiration from the most mundane things you will witness in

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Kiniunde

My name is Ekene Osode, but I am known as “KINIUNDE” which in Yoruba means “the lion has come”. I was born in Nigeria but went to school in the

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Zulfa Armeth

My message to the fashion industry : Essentially, you need to change, stop , think and evolve. For centuries, you’ve been recycling the same ideologies and patterns in which you

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Aaiza Arshad

Asian countries are obsessed with fair skin. Growing up as a “darker skin girl” was a character building exercise for a lot of us girls. Overtly or covertly the message

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Lucy Pye

I am a white British woman, who like many other British people is a descendant of immigrants. In my case European Jews, who fled their home in the Russian Empire,

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Rosette Ale

I have a deep interest in sustainable fashion, secondhand clothing and upcycling. I launched my brand Revival earlier this year. London-based Revival is a fashion reconstruction brand dedicated to planet

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Keisha Ahenkan Febri

My message to the fashion industry and to all institutions is to accept black people in their full form. Stopping black people from fully expressing themselves for who we really

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Daniela Groza

Jewellery designers must be engaged with the world. Our objective is not merely to decorate the body and contribute to pleasant fashion. We make statements through our creations, often moral,

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Krishma Sabbarwal

BLM Movement this year has brought up a lot of repressed memories of my lived experiences of racism in the UK. I am reflecting on my experiences as a British Indian

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Emmanuela Oduro

I was born and raised in London, a city that I consider home although my heritage and homeland is Ghana. The experience of living in a city such as London

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