Livia Firth

Founder and Creative Director of Eco-Age

Livia Firth is the Founder and Creative Director of Eco-Age - an ideas consultancy company, which powerfully aggregates global thought leaders and influencers to address the compelling issues and opportunities of our day by delivering solutions, through ethical and sustainable values. Founded in 2009, Eco-Age clients include leading fashion and jewellery brands including Chopard, M&S, ERDEM, Stella McCartney, Gucci and the Kering Group as well as non-fashion companies such as Welltower, the FA and Wembley stadium. Livia is also the driving force behind the launch of the Green Carpet Challenge ® (GCC).

Introducing Annie Lennox To Receive The Fashion 4 Development Award 2016

<img alt="sustainable fashion.jpg" src="http://i.huffpost.com/gen/4652836/original.jpg" width="300" height="35" /> For me fashion has always been a feminist issue - not only because clothes can empower you, but also because the clothes we wear are most likely being sown and made by other women - so we carry their stories with us every single day.
30/09/2016 09:37 BST

How Do You Define Sustainable Fashion?

Fast fashion corporations have outsourced production to poor countries. In the process, they enslave them by addicting them to the idea of enrichment and start driving production costs down with volumes. Like any good pusher, they offer their potential clients a great deal, only to get them addicted.
18/09/2015 08:22 BST