The Circle is an organisation of women working together to achieve equality for women and girls in a fairer world. Founded by Annie Lennox in 2008, The Circle is inspired by the notion that when women come together and organise, they can be a powerful force for change.
Livia Firth and The Circle, together with the Lawyers Circle, launched The Living Wage Report in 2017, calling for the three-trillion-dollar fashion industry to pay a living wage.
Eco-Age has a long-standing partnership with Fashion 4 Development, a platform that promotes initiatives focusing on education, development and empowerment within the fashion and textile industries.
Following a successful sustainability-focused summit in Costa Rica, which Carmen Busquets and Livia Firth co-created and which had the support of Gisele Bündchen, Paul Hawken and Nina Garcia, in addition to the Costa Rican government, Couture Lab is a new coalition from a number of entrepreneurs and humanitarians who attended. The strong coalition of members are passionate about fostering sustainable practices, and improving the lives of artisans and creatives in Latin America.
The BFC Fashion Trust, the British Fashion Council's charitable initiative, has partnered with Eco-Age to curate a unique sustainable fashion mentorship programme for its grant recipients.