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Samata Pattinson gives her top tips for an eco-friendly clothes clear out here.
Ask the charismatic Samata Pattinson, CEO of Red Carpet Green Dress (rcgdglobal.com), why we need to think about what we wear and her response is emphatic: ‘Because the world is on fire and we need to put it out, by reducing our carbon footprint.’ Here she shows us how to rethink our wardrobes, one step[…]
Samata included on LOHAS Magazine’s ‘Green Women Power List 100’ with an incredible group including Jane Goodall, Susan Rockefeller, Marina Abramović, Lil Miquela, Clare Farrell of Extinction Rebellion, Lindita Xhaferi-Salihu of UNFCCC, Samata Pattinson of Red Carpet Green Dress, Marie-Claire Daveu, Ellen MacArtur, Barbara Finamore of NRDC, Lisa Jackson of Apple, Thirza Schaap of Plastic[…]
12 Knockout Style Moments Of 2020 That Made Vintage The Most Appealing Trend Link here.
Inspiring ‘A Letter To Myself…’ WOTC magazine feature for Samata to celebrate the Entertainment industry and Black History Month. Samata was one of 33 exceptional girls and women of colour forming part of the ‘A Letter to Myself’ campaign. Read link here.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Samata (@iam_samata)
Industry Insiders Weigh-In On The Future of Sustainable Fashion In 2021 As we put 2020 behind us and look towards the new year, what will the sustainability conversation look like? Industry insiders weigh in. Read here.
3 Celebrity Stylists Tell Us What It Takes to Be Successful This Year and Beyond Read the link here.
ROUGH Talks Sustainable Fashion With Red Carpet Green Dress CEO Samata Pattinson Read link here.
WHY WE NEED TO STOP SAYING FASHION AND START SAYING CLOTHES Samata is the CEO of women-led organisation Red Carpet Green Dress and Founder of women’s empowerment collective THE TRIBE. Here she shares her views on the power of language to facilitate understanding and inclusion. Full article here.
Samata Pattinson è l’attivista impegnata per un cambiamento nella moda sostenibile La CEO dei Red Carpet Green Dress ha raccontato a Harper’s Bazaar Italia cosa significhi moda responsabile e come si possa fare la differenza in questo campo. Read article here.
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Red Carpet Green Dress’ Samata Pattinson Explains How Small Tweaks Can Make a Huge Difference Full article here.
Celebrities gracing the ‘green’ carpet show Oscar-worthy sustainable dresses can still be glamorous Read full link here.
RED CARPET GREEN DRESS ARE CHAMPIONING SUSTAINABILITY AT THE OSCARS. WE ASKED CEO SAMATA PATTINSON 10 QUESTIONS TO LEARN MORE.. Link here.
Jazmine Motley-Maddox is a Image Strategist and Wardrobe Supervisor specializing in storytelling for film and television. Her career in the motion picture industry began uniquely and organically a few years ago after a successful career as a publicist for CNN, Cox Communications, Fox Sports and The Weather Channel. Read full interview here.
RCGD CEO Samata sat down with designer, actress, singer-songwriter Nikki Reed to have a chat about all things sustainability related. They talked social justice, parental visions for our kids and how important it has been to tackle how we are seeing the world. Red Carpet Green Dress™ (RCGD) is a women-led global change-making organisation, founded[…]
Here’s How Samata is Expanding Fashion’s Sustainability Conversations written by Michelle Garay Link here.
Samata, Marie-Claire Daveu: Bending the Curve with Business Link here.
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DJ Steve Aoki and designer Samata Pattinson dig into the impact music has on the clothes we wear — and what it would take to make sustainable fashion the new ‘It’ look Read link here.
6 Changes To Make Today To Live More Sustainably | Grazia Middle East Read full article here.
Red Carpet Green Dress Founder Suzy Amis Cameron and CEO Samata to celebrate the 50th anniversary of #EarthDay with sustainable lifestyle summit, YES AND Digital Earth Day. Stepping into a worldwide new chapter — the ECOrenaissance — on the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day, ECOfashion Corp is organizing a Digital Earth Day Event on Wednesday April 22nd (EARTH DAY). The purpose of the[…]
Red Carpet Green Dress CEO to join esteemed panel for 2020 Sustainable Fashion Forum. The Sustainable Fashion Forum is a power-packed conference and online community where curiously passionate individuals — of all industry levels — gather as a community to connect, inspire, and offer fresh perspectives on the issues and trends influencing ethical and sustainable[…]
Samata was interviewed By InStyle magazine on the future of red carpet dressing, post Covid-19. In conversation with journalist and sustainable fashion expert Alden Wicker, Samata was interviewed alongside Laura Jones, celebrity and fashion stylist and founder of the sustainable fashion magazine The Frontlash. Want to know why ‘Red Carpets Will Never Be the Same[…]
Red Carpets Will Never Be the Same After the Pandemic Is Over Here’s why that’s a good thing Link here.
The French actress and Friend of Louis Vuitton shares a look behind-the-scenes of her specially-designed eco-friendly gown by Nicolas Ghesquière for the Oscars 2020. To attend her very first Academy Awards ceremony, Léa Seydoux chose to wear a dress that respects the Red Carpet Green Dress’ strict sustainability standards. RCGD is a women-led global change-making[…]
Samata quoted in Business Of Fashion article on Sustainability, read here.
Who Are You Rewearing? Sustainability Takes the Spotlight on the Oscars Red Carpet The fight against climate change has officially come for awards shows. But what are these gestures actually accomplishing? Link here.
Panel discussion: The power of creatives from Copenhagen Fashion Summit on Vimeo. Fashion designers hold the power, but how are they leveraging that power in their creative process to make items that we all fall in love with and that make sustainability cool? Stephen Fairchild, Chief Creative and Brand Officer, Pandora Christopher Raeburn, Creative Director,[…]
The Frontlash is a curator of ideas, an advocate of transparency and wellness, and a rallying call for women who know their fashion choices matter. Founded by Laura Jones, the ideas and politics conveyed on The Frontlash about a topic incredibly near to my heart — fashion—is literally a frontlash to big Fashion. The platform[…]
The Frontlash is a curator of ideas, an advocate of transparency and wellness, and a rallying call for women who know their fashion choices matter. Founded by Laura Jones, the ideas and politics conveyed on The Frontlash about a topic incredibly near to my heart — fashion—is literally a frontlash to big Fashion. The platform[…]
Thank you to The Good Trade for featuring THE TRIBE Empowerment Journal! Take a look at ‘Jumpstart Your Writing Habit With These Mindful Journals’ here.
Broadly is a platform for the hundreds of millions of us whose stories aren’t represented—or are often misrepresented—by traditional institutions. By centering the lives and experiences of women, gender non-conforming people, and LGBT individuals, Broadly provides a space for us to understand, express, and navigate our identities as we define who we are and where[…]
‘High Style Life’ feature THE TRIBE™ Empowerment Journal. High Style Life is a website dedicated to life and all the little pleasures it brings. The platform believes that if you just think about the way you live your life and commit yourself to living it to the fullest, the style will come as a natural extension[…]
THE TRIBE™ Empowerment Journal in Woman To Woman Talk. Based in Atlanta, Ga. the new independent platform is the brainchild of Brittany Miller, interviewing celebrity women, black or minority women, who are willing to share insight and personal stories in order to help uplift and expand the black women community. Woman To Woman Talk believes[…]
the complex society contemplates, researches, questions – on its own as well as in discussion with others – and is continuously looking into different visions while providing a space for monthly inspiration. Join them on instagram, to read mini interviews and be part of our community. Thank you for featuring THE TRIBE™ Empowerment Journal on your website.
So She Slays, founded by Chauncy and Heather, is a place to feel comfortable talking about issues that are apart of your everyday life. From beauty, style, wellness, and life we keep things as real as possible. They are a group of women with different experiences, goals, and opinions, but are all hustling to be[…]
The destination for creative women with a conscience, Tommie Magazine features the latest updates on ethical and sustainable fashion, slow living, female change-makers, socially conscious articles and more. Read the full interview with Samata here.
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The Merit Club is an online members’ club for women, with a mission to help enliven schedules and enrich lifestyles while connecting women to a striving community through curated events. Click image below to read Samata’s inteview.
VMM stands for Voix Meets Mode which translates as ‘Voice Meets Fashion/Art/Style/Design/Innovation/Creative Brilliance’. Conceived, birthed and self published by Thomasina-Stephanie Legend, VMM is an independent London based bi-annual print magazine created for and dedicated to ‘Creative Minds’. The magazine is designed as a remedy offered to the creative industry and culture enthusiasts alike, inviting them[…]
Fashions Finest is an off schedule Fashion Week event established in 2010, built to champion emerging and established designers from a variety of backgrounds around the world.  Extending its platform, the brand now presents FF Magazine – a print and digital publication, launched in 2017 and published twice a year. The magazine covers a variety[…]
So She Slays is a lifestyle blog that gives a voice to a generation of women who are down to earth and creative girl bosses. The online community provides a place where women feel comfortable to talk about issues that are a part of their daily lives and are empowered to have and share their[…]
HelloGiggles is a positive online community for women (although men are always welcome!) covering the latest in beauty, fashion, lifestyle, female empowerment, culture, relationships, friendship, careers, and issues that matter most to young women’s lives. Read Samata’s interview with Hello Giggles online here, written by Gabriela Hestik.
Samata joined Steffanie Jones on FOXTON radio for the FASHCAST Girl Power Sesh. FASHCAST was a hub of girl power on the morning as Stefanie was joined by not only one but two (technically three) guests. Also guests on the show alongside Samata were The Mac Twins; if you missed it, click image below to listen – Samata comes on[…]
Lookbook, the number one source of fashion inspiration from real people around the world, writes up the Pre-Oscar Celebration. Founded in 2008, LOOKBOOK is the original user-generated & community-curated gallery showcasing do-it-yourself fashion photography of everyday people, everywhere. Have a read of Gloria Tran’s write-up about our event here. The LOOKBOOK community, its content and its members[…]
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Samata’s ELLE USA feature is live here. As the headline suggests readers should add the Fashion Designer’s Resource Book to their summer reading list…we are inclined to agree. Looking to get ahead in the industry? Add the Fashion Designer’s Resource Book (Bloomsbury) to your summer reading list. The book breaks down the basics of the business and offers resources for just[…]
The March issue of LA Confidential magazine features Jessica Alba and a write-up on the Stepping Up in the City event – attended by Samata and Daniella Peters, in association with ELLE USA and LA Confidential. Organised by the Step Up Women’s Network and Elle Magazine the ‘Stepping Up in the City’ event in Los Angeles fundraised for the national,[…]
With H&M launching their Conscious collection and Suzy Cameron hitting the Titanic 3D red carpet in an eco glam dress, it’s never been chicer to be ‘green’! The green fashion movement is upon us and it’s being spearheaded by some of Hollywood’s leading ladies! Read InStyle’s article here.
Samata interviewed at Global Green’s Pre-Oscar Gala by OCTV™’s Green Carpet TV™; listed as the green event of Oscar Week 1,500 guests including celebrities, eco-luminaries and entertainment press from around the world gathered to hear the latest green messages from some of Hollywood’s biggest stars. The evening culminates with stellar music performances by headline performing[…]
Samata lands second cover with MIMI magazine. Samata is the first woman to grace MIMI’s cover alone twice; while only three other women – Nkhensani Nkosi, Teiko Dornor and Noella Coursaris – have graced MIMI’s cover twice in the magazine’s now six year year history, their second covers have always featured strong leading men (Nkhensani Nkosi:[…]
The Female Entrepreneur Association is an online hub with the mission of inspiring and empowering women from around the world to turn their business ideas into a reality and live a life they love.
“Social media has a response that is so immediate compared to that of traditional media, and while communication must be just as considered, there so much less time to do so. On the flip side it is easier than it used to be to reach out and receive instant feedback. It’s all very appropriate for[…]
InStyle UK feature Red Carpet Green Dress founder Suzy Amis Cameron and Samata in news about the contest launch, both were pictured wearing sustainable gowns designed by LA based designer Lindee Daniel – read feature here.
Samata interviews Suzy Amis Cameron in Los Angeles for Vogue UK about her personal style and red carpet moments exclusively for Vogue UK. To read Samata’s interview with Suzy Cameron here.
Samata’s interview for Essence magazine’s ‘Women of the Diaspora‘ feature can be found in the September 2011 issue.
Samata featured in August edition of The City magazine, celebrating the dynamism of the area and bringing you the latest features, articles and reviews in the definitive guide for luxury modern living. Click here to download article.
VOGUE UK reports that London-based designer Samata has been named Global Campaign Director of Suzy Amis Cameron’s green-thinking organisation, Red Carpet Green Dress. “Samata embodies everything Red Carpet Green Dress needs in a global campaign director,” said Suzy Amis Cameron. “Not only did she win last year’s competition with her stunning gown, but she is among[…]
Access Fashion interviews Samata about the new generation of career personalities who are reinventing the work life of the modern creative. This pack of freelance writers, stylists, designers, photographers and bloggers who are determined to avoid the traditions of a career within a fashion megabrand. Instead they cross media platforms, mixing and matching their talents[…]
VOGUE GLAM UK Chi Chi Luo Rex LCF official video LCF BA SHOW 2011
I was invited to present the BA Fashion Design Collection of the Year awards at the London College of Fashion by Professor Frances Corner OBE, Head of London College of Fashion and Pro Vice-Chancellor of University of the Arts London. Corner kindly provided some great content for my book so it was an honour to reciprocate[…]
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“I don’t think people realise that becoming an entrepreneur is a legitimate career choice. ‘Entrepreneur’ seems more like an adjective than a job title.”
British designer Samata has won the Hollywood dress design contest Red Carpet Green Dress.  The winning dress was unveiled at the Global Green Pre-Oscars Party in February  following a competition requiring an eco-friendly dress made from natural, organic, or recycled fabrics to be designed for the red carpet of the pre-Oscar party. Samata, who entered[…]
Samata joined women from across the African diaspora to cover Side View Magazine for the The New Generation Issue, the magazine is currently distributed in many countries including London, USA, Nigeria, Ghana and features fresh content in the realms of fashion, social issues, travel, style and cuisine. Side View magazine is an international magazine by Gold[…]
MIMI magazine is a lifestyle magazine for young African women, covering fashion, fitness, entertainment and cultural issues. Samata sat down with Lola Kingo, Editor-in-Chief of MIMI Magazine, to talk shop, style and substance for Volume 5 :Issue 8 – read Samata’s interview here.