Emma watson is one of the celebrities changing the fashion industry with eco-friendly clothing such as her Pipe Tree collections (2009-2011).
Eco-Friendly Celebrities Changing the Fashion Landscape. At the top of the list of celebrities promoting fair trade in the fashion industry is Emma Watson. For Watson, who is also a UN Women Goodwill Ambassador, promoting fair trade and ethical standards in fashion is something closely aligned to her personal values. In 2010 Watson launched her Feel Good Style site dedicated to sustainable fashion and natural beauty and helped British fair trade brand People Tree create three collections consisting of organic and fair trade clothing. Watson also worked with luxury designer Alberta Ferretti to produce an eco range called Pure Threads back in 2011 and says, “I will work for anyone for free if they’re prepared to make their clothing fair trade and organic. It’s really hard to get people interested.” One of the reasons Watson gives her attention to fair trade is because it gives people the opportunity to help themselves out of poverty in a sustainable way rather than relying on charity handouts.
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