Today on the Lindsey Elmore Show, we’re taking a look at the impact that our clothing has on the world around us.
First, Lindsey sits down with Fulya Turkmenoglu, a graduate of Fashion Institute of Technology in NYC and founder of Jaiyou Medical Devices. Through Jaiyou, Fulya aims to design medical devices that are not only fashionable, but that are also sustainably and safely made.
Then, Lindsey is chatting with Carry Somers, the founder and Global Operations Director of Fashion Revolution, the world’s largest fashion activism campaign. Fashion Revolution demands more transparent industry practices and inspires consumers to ask the questions, “who made my clothes?” and “what is in my clothes?”.