RCGD Global are proud to have been featured in a recent InStyle article. Our campaign’s work at the Oscars earlier this year was put in the spotlight and we are truly appreciative. At RCGD we work towards making sustainability inclusive – of people and of efforts. We believe that sustainability is for everyone. It is for all genders, races, ages, and orientations, and it is also for all movements. This means respecting people promoting upcycling and recycling, vintage or locally made, circular economy or second hand, you name it. We need to open the doors and include more voices, not create more restricted-access sections in private rooms.
Take a look at the interview with InStyle written by the phenomenal Alden Wicker who spoke to RCGD CEO Samata and Laura Jones, celebrity and fashion stylist and founder of the sustainable fashion magazine The Frontlash, about why ‘Red Carpets Will Never Be the Same After the Pandemic Is Over’. Read it here now.
Below is an extract from the recent feature, you can find the whole article by clicking above!
“RCGD Global has always incorporated recycled or vintage elements into celebrity looks, including Naomie Harris’ 2013 Oscars dress that featured vintage beads, and Emma Roberts’ archival Armani piece from the 2017 Oscars. “Still, I don’t agree that that is the ‘the most’ sustainable,” RCGD CEO Samata said by email in February. “Whilst rewearing or spotlighting vintage is crucial, if we are not changing the way fashion is being made on a mass scale … we will continue to drown in a sea of waste. At RCGD we completely believe in sustainability being more than just one thing and strive to spotlight that every single year.”