Let's Change The World: Slow Fashion

Let's Change The World: Slow Fashion



Instead of buying stacks of stuff, let’s look for clothes that last.
We’ll try and mend the things we have – trends shouldn’t move so fast.

Slow Fashion highlights the positive side of making more ethical choices when it comes to our clothing. From op shops and hand-me-downs to mending and making, slow fashion can be a whole lot of fun!

Let’s Change the World is a series of board books targeted at babies, toddlers and grown-ups that encourages creative play while exploring pressing global issues in a positive, uplifting way.

About the Authors

Megan Anderson is a writer and editor with a focus on delivering meaningful content to audiences. Her editorial experience crosses print, online and video, and has seen her working with some of Australia's best-loved writers, nonprofit organisations and brands. As a freelance writer with wide-ranging interests, she's covered everything from the arts to international development for The Saturday Paper, Al Jazeera, Junkee, ArtsHub, The Big Issue and Broadsheet, among others.

Carolyn Ang is a multidisciplinary designer and art director- specialising in editorial design, publishing and brand identities. Her work and practice as a designer has always focused on accessibility and inclusion. She creates meaningful design solutions that turn complex ideas and concepts into accessible stories for broad audiences. Her life goal is to work on projects that are good for the soul.

About the Illustrator

Genna Campton is an Australian surface designer and illustrator based in Vancouver, Canada. After studying design and illustration and working as an editorial and advertising illustrator, Genna's passion for designing prints and illustrations for surfaces grew. Inspired by city life, fluid shapes and neutral colour palettes, Genna's prints and patterns are expressive and organic while being bold and graphic.