A couple of months back a good friend of mine Kent Boyd and I attended the opening of The True Cost movie. It is a documentary about clothing, showing us the effect that fast fashion has on humanity and the environment. It really is crazy that we live in a world where this kind of industry is allowed to conduct business the way it does. I remember, both Kent and I leaving the theater completely changed. Slightly ashamed to be honest, that I have allowed myself to be so naive to this whole situation for so long. So in many attempts to change our lifestyles and influence change in the community around us we want to share with you the right kind of companies to buy from.
Meet Industry of all Nations. They are a clothing company that takes manufacturing back to the regions where products and materials originate. They combine environmental and social awareness while promoting fair trade and open borders for all nations. Kent had introduced me to them and I quickly fell in love with their soft fabrics and indigo dyed tops. Their clothing is unisex, so ladies don't get discouraged.
Above you will see the first part from our look book that we shot and below you will see some of my faves that didn't make the cut.
Clothing by Industry of all Nations
Modeling by Kent Boyd
Photography By Valerie Noell
Assistant Ariya Guerts