First of all, I love the name, it defines everything – Redress. And I think it’s the most interesting place to find real design talent. All of them are working on real challenges and everything is really good for the environment. We are only looking at the good design. Everything is just so pure, so positive. Redress Design Award is an educational journey. They get to learn about these global issues, textile waste and sustainable techniques. With KMS we believe in style matters, style unites creative people everywhere. When I was approached by Redress on this project I was really happy as Redress and Popstar Cosmetics share the same values. We believe in creating products that are sustainable to the environment and we don’t do too much harm in the process. The idea of today’s shoot will be the idea of contrast. We want to present something between old and new, decay and reconstruction, natural and man-made. And also matching with the concept of sustainability, which is reusing textile waste to create something meaningful and beautiful. Today’s make-up look is simple but fashionable. We used a lot of gloss, and kept the skin dewy and fresh. And on the hair, I have created an explosion of featherlike dreadlocks. It adds a rebel spirit and adds more texture. Today’s venue is a refurbished old mill, full of historical traces. There are parallels with what Redress promotes – injecting new life into what was once considered waste. I was really surprised it was made out of textile waste – it’s beautiful pieces and you can’t even tell it was re-used. Very nice, very surprised. I’m really excited to return as a creative stylist for the Redress Design Award this year. I am really looking forward to all these beautiful pieces walking on the runway in September. I’m really excited!