Aleesha Kumar says fashion events are successful for fundraising because they create a conversation. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Creative approach to community change

Fashion is more than just a business for a number of community-minded entrepreneurs in Perth, who are using the creative medium as a platform to raise awareness of, and drive results for, social issues.

Local designer Zuhal Kuvan-Mills is taking her passion for sustainability in her work and broadening it to create a fashion festival dedicated to the issue.

The founder of the Green Embassy label, Ms Kuvan-Mills is organising the inaugural Eco Fashion Week, to be held later this year, with a range of events across Perth to include pop-up stores in Fremantle.


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