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Remake Unveils Diverse and Dynamic 2024 Fellowship Class in Honor of Women’s History Month

In celebration of Women’s History Month, Remake, a non-profit organization dedicated to transforming the fashion industry, has announced its latest cohort of Remake Fellows for the year 2024. This prestigious fellowship program aims to empower and educate fashion industry leaders on key issues within the apparel sector, fostering positive change from within. The diverse class of five trailblazing women includes Vogue’s digital producer Cassandra Pintro, Tega Collective founder Niha Elety, Climate Diva founder Summer Dean, journalist Sophia Li, and photographer-director Zoe Adlersberg.

Throughout the year-long fellowship, Remake will provide intensive training and resources to deepen the fellows’ understanding of critical issues plaguing the fashion industry. The program equips them with the tools and knowledge needed to advocate for sustainable and ethical practices within their respective spheres of influence.

Co-created by veteran model and activist Cameron Russell, the Remake Fellowship was established with the mission of driving collective action to disrupt the $2.5 trillion clothing industry. The fellowship attracts a diverse range of participants, including models, casting directors, publicists, stylists, and more, all committed to effecting positive change in the fashion landscape.

Last year’s fellowship class comprised 24 individuals, including notable figures such as environmental activist Maya Penn, stylist and publisher Francesca Burns, solar energy advocate Grace Mahary, model Edie Campbell, and sustainability champion Arizona Muse. Reflecting on the inaugural fellowship class, Cameron Russell emphasized the pivotal role of image makers in shaping the future of the fashion industry and effecting change throughout the supply chain.

Remake’s Chief Marketing Officer, Katrina Caspelich, expressed excitement about collaborating with the talented group of women in the 2024 fellowship class, underscoring the organization’s commitment to fostering systemic change within the fashion industry.

For more information about the current fellows and alumni of the Remake Fellowship, as well as access to the Fashion Accountability Report 2024, visit the Remake website. As the fashion industry continues to evolve, initiatives like the Remake Fellowship play a crucial role in driving progress towards a more sustainable and equitable future.

Vikram Seth

Vikram Seth

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