Given the current environmental situation, I try to be respectful in my daily life, reducing consumption in any possible way, from food to fashion. I always check what I buy and ask myself: “Do I really need it?”. My mission through my work as a journalist is to educate consumers that responsible fashion is cool and a better choice for our future. Sustainability is a journey I hope all brands are going to embark on.
My way of connecting to nature was born during the pandemic, as the opportunities of being in the open air were few, I tried to stay outside as much as possible. There’s no nature without pollution and for this reason I will start an art exhibition dedicated to the use and waste of plastic on our planet. The works aim to annoy and provoke the viewer, to make more impact to the human eye and to show the situation that our planet has been facing for years.
My way to reconnect with nature starts from the ability to slow down, breathe and listen to what I have around. Wherever I am, I stop to look around and try to appreciate every small detail, trying to accumulate and consume as little as possible. This means to me to use my car less and biking more, and I also chose a vegetal diet and started buying sustainable clothes.