ABOUT ME

ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY
& SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

With a background in BSc Environmental Science and MSc Climate Change, Livia van Heerde is passionate about climate activism and sustainability. The former ethical fashion blogger based in Vienna and London uses her social media to spread awareness on environmental and social issues and inspires people online to take action. Livia is not afraid to discuss difficult topics like climate change, fast fashion and environmental pollution at panel talks and through her writing for online magazines.

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Recent Posts

UPDATE: What’s going on with the blog and what will happen to it in the future?

I’ve been silent here for some time now and I thought I owe you an explanation for this. I am writing this very quickly and spontaneously and will keep it as short as possible. If you follow me on Instagram, my main platform currently, you know that I’ve been busier there yet still a little … Continue reading UPDATE: What’s going on with the blog and what will happen to it in the future?

Lone Design Club x Techstyler panel discussion: Redefining Luxury – Sustainability & Innovations in Fashion

I always love new opportunities to learn and grow so thank you Techstyler and Lone Design Club for inviting me to speak at the “Redefining Luxury – Sustainability + Innovation in Fashion” panel in February. I definitely did not expect a full house and loved speaking to so many people from the sustainable fashion industry … Continue reading Lone Design Club x Techstyler panel discussion: Redefining Luxury – Sustainability & Innovations in Fashion

Cradle to cradle – the future of sustainable fashion?

[Ad: This blog post is a collaboration with Wolford] I recently got asked the question what the future of sustainable fashion is and it got me thinking. Trends I’ve noticed are innovative materials like vegan apple leather or improved finish of cork leather. Sustainable fashion labels are also shifting away from synthetic fibres such as … Continue reading Cradle to cradle – the future of sustainable fashion?

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