Our special guest, Donna Cameron, joins us to chat about how injecting colour into your wardrobe is a great step towards creating a sustainable wardrobe.
For over a decade, Donna Cameron has advised people on presentation and style, for both their personal and professional needs. Working in creative, community and corporate roles, Donna advises clients and facilitates workshops in both Australia and London. She’s always been fascinated by the way people choose to express themselves through clothing.
Donna was the lead stylist of Access to Fashion in 2018, a groundbreaking runway event for Melbourne Fashion Week, featuring models with disabilities exclusively. She choreographed the event and managed the hair and makeup crew.
In 2019 the NGV invited Donna to speak at their Colour: Educator Enrichment Program and in 2021 Donna launched her book ‘COLOUR: the Secret to Creating a Sustainable Wardrobe’ as part of the NGV’s Melbourne Design Week. In 2017 she was a guest speaker at The Art of Getting Dressed event for The School of Life in both Melbourne and Sydney.
In 2015-17 Donna was President of the Association of Image Consultants International (AICI) Melbourne Chapter and was Associate Editor of AICI GLOBAL magazine for three years.
She co-founded Fashion by Foot ethical fashion walking tours in Melbourne 2017. No stranger to sustainability issues Donna won a United Nations Award for producing River of Dreams, a documentary about the proposal to flood Aboriginal land to grow unsustainable cotton crops. The late Ningali Lawford, a Walmadjari woman, narrated it and John Hughes directed it. The film won Best TV Environmental Reporting in 2000. I am also a Climate Champion for Better Futures Australia.
Donna’s Book is available now at: