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Pre-loved Sustainable Fashion: A Visual Essay

Pre-loved sustainable fashion in a visual essay

Lead Image, stylist’s own

2020 has been a year like no other. As it comes to a close, it’s time to reflect and refocus on what’s important. Life. Taking care of ourselves, one another, and the Earth have been brought to the forefront of our existence. Pre-loved pieces from local retailer Hazlewood Vintage serve as a reminder of the importance of our own active sustainability. Elaborate floral creations from Twig and Bloom showcase the literal Earth’s beauty and our global need to renew our care for it.

A take on pre-loved sustainable fashion. Wardrobe (Hudson’s Bay), belt (stylists own)
Pre-loved sustainable fashion is in vogue. Blouse (Hudson’s Bay), blazer (H&M), skirt (Hazlewood Vintage), rings (Oneiro Designs)
Coat (Hudson’s Bay), blouse and pants (Hazlewood Vintage), jewelry (Oneiro Designs), belt (stylist’s own), showing pre-loved sustainable fashion
Blouse (H&M)
Earrings (Oneiro Designs), blouse (stylist’s own), shows off pre-loved sustainable fashion

The Team

PhotographerNicole Romanoff

Floral Designer ​Joanne Morris of Twig and Bloom

Hair Styling ​Kara Firman of Guide Hair Salon ​

Makeup ​Sara Lindsay of Sara Lindsay Pretty City Studio ​

Models ​Kosi Baadi of Stray Management and Trinity Wilde of Edge Agency

StylingEmily Brown ​Styling

Assistant​ Janet Brown 

Check out this article about The Women of Fashion Climate Justice & Activism.

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The Author
Specializing in fashion and beauty photography, Nicole’s work is polished, feminine, and has a modern contemporary vibe. She has been taking photos professionally for 5 years, and her work has been featured on major billboards in Toronto and is continually published in magazines across North America. She currently lives in Saskatoon where she takes care of her two adoring cats, Caleb and Chloe.

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