By rediscovering the most natural side of fashion we can make the positive energy of Nature pass through us.

Marzia Pepe

My father named me River. I think my name has brought me closer to water. When my name is used, it feels as if its not just inside me, but around me, bringing me closer to the element. Like a fish surfacing, the glimpse of the name orally draws me closer to depth.

River Andrews

"There is nothing new about flooding. The image of the flood is an ancient metaphor, found within the myths and legends of cultures around the world. It can represent an overwhelming, destructive force that renders humanity powerless in its wake and leaves us seeking refuge. As global warming drives an increasing number of extreme flooding events, this message continues to resonate."

Gideon Mendel

“Man is the most insane species. He worships an invisible God and destroys a visible Nature. Unaware that this Nature he’s destroying is this God he’s worshiping.”

Hubert Reeves

I have been looking for insects and lizards under every snag, making pets out of them. This natural world was an adventure for me, I have retained this feeling to this day and it fuels my interest, but now plants have become the object of my attention.

Maria Luneva

In the brief moments of their encounter, the men, my ancestors and forests would have exchanged energy. With trees inhaling what my ancestors have exhaled over the years and vice versa, the exchange of energy through breath could have been inevitable. Through touch and contact of human sole on the same soil that nurtures the forests, the trees must have transferred their humility to the humans.

Monisha Raman

The great misconception of our time is that we see ourselves as separate from nature, every day our choices are informed by the misconception of separation. But this can easily be reversed because these misconceptions aren’t truths found in the natural laws, there we find everything is interconnected, so also our own beliefs about ourselves, our direct environment and the world at large are interconnected.

Rens Spanjaard

Who decides when a woman will have her bleeding cycles, It’s purely a decision of her body that runs on synchronicity as complex as the movements of the planets. It’s an ancient gift that she has gotten from her ancestors. When no one can decide our sacred cycles then how delusional is it to pass laws that decide a women’s right to give birth or abort a child.

Priyanka Singh