Tara Moss & Mighty Good Undies Bare For Good This Fashion Revolution

Kira Simpson

As part of this year’s Fashion Revolution Week, Australian ethical underwear brand Mighty Good Undies have collaborated with change makers and eco-warriors who are driven to create positive social and environmental impact in their lives.

This years campaign spotlights Tara Moss; internationally renowned novelist, TV presenter, and journalist, who has stripped down to her Mighty Good Undies in support of her passion for fair and equal fashion industry.

“Sustainable fashion should be exactly what it sounds like – something that doesn’t have a negative impact on the environment and the planet that we all share,” – Tara Moss

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The portrait series was shot by photographer Chris Prestidge and Berndt Sellheim. The purpose of the series is for Mighty Good’s ambassadors to show support for the ethical fashion movement for a more transparent, sustainable and fashion industry. This year’s ambassadors also include:

  • Ellia Green – Women’s Rugby 7’s Player
  • Yatu Widders-Hunt – TV Presenter and Australian Indigenous Fashion Founder
  • Camille Reed – Founder of Australian Circular Fashion
  • Cameron Kite – Waste Activist and Founder of Trash Your Selfie
  • Ayla Wilton – Sustainable Business Advocate

“There are everyday heroes who are doing their part in creating a fairer and more transparent world and our other brilliant ambassadors this year represent that.” – Elena Antoniou, Co-founder of Mighty Good Undies

Yatu Widders Hunt
Ellia Green

Check out this year and previous ambassador interviews here.

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Kira Simpson

Kira Simpson is an environmentalist and sustainability expert. She started The Green Hub as a blog in 2015, which has since grown to become one of Australia’s largest education sites dedicated to helping people live a more sustainable lifestyle.