S2 EP5 Using your Hands

The ⁠⁠Big Dress Energy⁠ ⁠Podcast ultimately explores how you can harness the principles of fashion psychology to upgrade your look – and dress in a way that feels completely authentic. How do we bridge the attitude-behavior gap and create lasting change in our fashion habits?

Well, listen in. Learn how to shift your mindset and embrace creativity as a way to become a sustainable queen, whether that’s participating in workshops or engaging in DIY projects. This is your reminder to be patient and conscious. Make those meaningful choices and view sustainability as cute and fun.

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Lydia Bolton (@lydiabolton) is a sustainability creator and slow fashion designer who founded her ⁠namesake ⁠brand in 2019. A zero-waste advocate, she works meticulously with sleeping stock, deadstock fabrics and thrifted pieces to create luxury womenswear apparel as well as teaching workshops and brand partnerships.

Rosette Ale (@thriftqueenlola⁠) is the founder of ⁠Revival⁠ – a London-based fashion label centred on sustainability and specialising in the repurposing of textile waste. Limited edition capsule collections are crafted from reclaimed textiles, sourced from the best of local manufacturers’ deadstock textiles that were originally destined for landfill. Drawing inspiration from a fusion of the 90s R&B music era and Rosette’s West African heritage, Revival brings a nostalgic yet distinct look to the sustainable fashion scene.

Illustrations by: ⁠Martine Mbala⁠ (@martinembalaart)

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