Podcast: Cameron Saul, Bottletop - Global Development Goals

Wardrobe Crisis is the podcast that unzips fashion's issues, presented by Vogue Australia's Sustainability Editor-at-Large, Clare Press. In it she interviews industry leaders to talk ethics, sustainability, and the business and madness of fashion - from who made your clothes to how they impact on the environment, to the politics of personal style.

British social entrepreneur Cameron Saul is the co-founder of CO10 Leadership Award winner Bottletop, an ethical brand based between London and Brazil. 

Cameron's father, Roger Saul, is the man behind British luxury fashion company Mulberry. It was Roger whom Cameron first convinced, in 2002, to back a potentially crazy idea: that a little bag made from rubbish in the form of upcycled bottletops could be a hit...

Then Cameron’s business partner Oliver Wayman had another idea. In Brazil, he’d …

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Clare Press

Sustainability Editor-at-Large at Vogue Australia