How to make a difference?

Now I always knew I thought a little differently to most people, sorry I mean the mass majority of the population and that I know for definite that I am in a minority with my worries for the bigger picture and my part within it. I mean how can one person make a difference, apologies for my misunderstanding but why can’t one person make a difference. I refuse to believe it. I flatly refuse. Lone souls must make a difference.

I knew I wanted to do something with recycling, I was compelled to do it as part of my final collection during my BA Hons Fashion Design course all those years ago in 2002…

So the reducing, the reusing, the recycling, the thinking more about how our actions have an impact and how to change simple things so we can feel like we, in our only small and meagre way can believe we truly are having a positive effect on the world around us.

Found these awesome products from Salvage that use recycled fabrics to create wonderful pieces. I love to customise them for friends, family & clients…

I was compelled through this business, this brand, this ethos that I was going to do something good, I am doing something good, I am making positive changes and advancements all the time. I am thinking, planning and strategising how we can help do our little bit and primarily do more of it, a lot more. Quicker, sooner, faster and it definitely feels good making the strides I am. It does.

Amie Alissa Watson’s career in the fashion industry has spanned 18 years, 10 years of it within education, lecturing for fashion, textiles & art students at Chesterfield College, Derbyshire.

An illustrious career in fashion & textiles that has been regenerated in order to educate others around environmental issues that we all face and that Amie Alissa Design believes strongly in actively helping with…

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