The fashion industry is in a flux. Many are campaigning for an in-season calendar. Fashion weeks are going digital – London Fashion Week, which is currently in progress is also gender-less, fusing both menswear and womenswear – and sustainability is even more at the forefront than before.

With this in mind, I wanted’s first shoot to think about fashion waste: how we can utilise past-season luxury in a way that feels fresh, feminine and fearless. To do so, I called upon a talented girl gang of fashion creatives out here in Dubai. We took to an Umm Suqeim villa – with all its storied glory, it felt like the perfect backdrop for our Dries Van Noten, Victoria Beckham, Stella McCartney, Attico and Miu Miu fashion finds, courtesy of stylist Laura Jane Brown.

To me, the future of fashion isn’t in-season thinking. Nor past-season dressing. It’s sustainability. Sustainable fashion sees no season…
Shirt + Pants Chloe | Sandals Alexander McQueen
Jumpsuit Stella McCartney | Heels Midnight00
Cape Alexander McQueen | Pants Victoria Beckham
Top Christian Siriano | Earrings Stylist’s Own
Cardigan Alexander McQueen | Shorts Azulu | Boots Malone Souliers
Dress Galvan | Sandals Miu Miu
Dress Raisa Vanessa
Jacket Dries Van Noten | Dress Galvan
Dress Attico


PHOTOGRAPHER Emilia Valerio STYLIST Laura Jane Brown MODEL Madu Garcia MAKEUP ARTIST Nadine Elias PRODUCER Ximena Sabatini RETOUCH Joseph Poulli