Jenna is a slow fashion stylist who focuses on educating people on the issues that surround fast fashion. She advocates for sustainable alternatives such as pre-loved, vintage and clothing made with sustainable practices.

Jenna also believes in slowing down our clothing consumption by curating capsule wardrobes and buying for long term investments instead of purchasing on a whim or following short trends. She hopes that in the future, more people invest in the sharing economy by renting or borrowing garments instead of owning them.

During her photoshoots and client dressing, Jenna sources all her clothing from second hand stores, consignment stores, vintage stores and from sustainable brand designers themselves. Her passion that nothing new from an unsustainable source is used is strong.

In addition to her slow fashion styling, Jenna also works at the Brunswick Store of Mutual Muse. Mutual Muse is a consignment style store where you can sell your preloved clothing for cash or store credit. This position is truly a dream for Jenna, as she gets to educate people on making sustainable fashion choices while meeting a whole new community of like-minded people.

In her spare time, Jenna can be found op shopping, reading or cuddling with her furbabies – CC and Beans

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  1. Hi Jenna,

    Hope you’re having a nice week.

    My name is Emma and I work for Broadsheet Media. We have an exciting upcoming partnership with Bonds who are launching their new Bonds Organics range of underwear for men & women in March 2020. The Bonds’ new Organics underwear range is certified GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard group). Getting the stamp of approval by GOTS is no small feat and is a first for a commercial brand in Australia – this marks an exciting historical movement for Bonds towards being a more sustainable brand.

    We want to drive awareness of the new Bonds Organic range, educate our audience about GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard group) credentials, and inspire them to shop more sustainably.

    We will be creating x1 content piece in partnership with Bonds on the following;

    How to Create Your Own Sustainable Wardrobe (While Saving Money) – accompanied by bespoke, stylised photography shot by Broadsheet.

    The environmental impact of fashion waste is overwhelming, but the steps to make more sustainable choices when it comes to your own wardrobe needn’t be. In this article, we leverage off a style talent to share tips for Broadsheet readers to become more conscious when it comes to clothing—all while saving money in the process.

    What we would require from you?
    A 15 minute phone interview via. the phone. There will be no need to mention the Bonds brand in the interview.
    A bespoke photoshoot with one of our photographers (the shoot will be max. 1 hour)

    Please let me know if this is something you’d be interested in partaking? We’d love to have you onboard.

    Reach out with any questions.


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