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  • bio: Before it’s in fashion, it’s in Vogue—stories from emerging talent around the world, told in six posts, curated by Vogue teams globally.
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6 of 6  See more of @feebfashion’s story on @vogue. ⠀ Sustainable fashion isn’t Phoebe’s (@feebfashion) only passion. “Music is a true hobby of mine,” she says. “I learned to play the guitar and piano when I was younger, and whenever I am faced with a dilemma or stuck with designer’s block I play music to clear my head.” ⠀ The thing Phoebe loves most right now is saying yes. “The more you put yourself out there, the more opportunities will arise. Graduating from university is a scary but exciting prospect, as it is now time to experience fashion in the real world. ⠀ “With regards to a job, while graduates can’t always afford to choose, I hope I am lucky enough to find a position from the get-go with a company whose driving force is sustainability, where I can continue my exploration into sustainable fibers and work with others to bring them to life.”

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See more of @feebfashion’s story on @vogue.
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Sustainable fashion isn’t Phoebe’s (@feebfashion) only passion. “Music is a true hobby of mine,” she says. “I learned to play the guitar and piano when I was younger, and whenever I am faced with a dilemma or stuck with designer’s block I play music to clear my head.”
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The thing Phoebe loves most right now is saying yes. “The more you put yourself out there, the more opportunities will arise. Graduating from university is a scary but exciting prospect, as it is now time to experience fashion in the real world.
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“With regards to a job, while graduates can’t always afford to choose, I hope I am lucky enough to find a position from the get-go with a company whose driving force is sustainability, where I can continue my exploration into sustainable fibers and work with others to bring them to life.”

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5 of 6  Follow English designer @feebfashion’s story this week. ⠀ “Nature often inspires my work and as part of my degree I studied fine art on the far-away French island of Réunion [in the Indian Ocean]. ⠀ “The warmth of the people, the vibrancy of the colors in the sunsets, the tropical plants and ocean life, as well as the textures of the volcanic rock and the shapes of the mountain skylines all come together to inspire my most recent work. ⠀ “Sadly, undeserving islands like this incredible paradise will be the first to be hit by global warming, which inspires both the title of my graduate collection – No Man is an Island – and has further embedded my determination to be sustainable as a designer and a human being.” ⠀ Photo by Danny Ovens

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Follow English designer @feebfashion’s story this week.
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“Nature often inspires my work and as part of my degree I studied fine art on the far-away French island of Réunion [in the Indian Ocean].
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“The warmth of the people, the vibrancy of the colors in the sunsets, the tropical plants and ocean life, as well as the textures of the volcanic rock and the shapes of the mountain skylines all come together to inspire my most recent work.
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“Sadly, undeserving islands like this incredible paradise will be the first to be hit by global warming, which inspires both the title of my graduate collection – No Man is an Island – and has further embedded my determination to be sustainable as a designer and a human being.”
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Photo by Danny Ovens

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2019-07-06 17:08:27

4 of 6  Follow English designer @feebfashion’s story this week. ⠀ “Research is one of my favorite parts of the design process because I want everything I do to mean something and tell a story. ⠀ “My first source of inspiration is usually a passing thought from which I explore many different sources, begin to create a story and envision my outfits as the characters. Much of my primary research is literature-based, as I often find it easier to imagine detail and silhouette by taking different meanings from words, rather than directly looking at imagery.”

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Follow English designer @feebfashion’s story this week.
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“Research is one of my favorite parts of the design process because I want everything I do to mean something and tell a story.
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“My first source of inspiration is usually a passing thought from which I explore many different sources, begin to create a story and envision my outfits as the characters. Much of my primary research is literature-based, as I often find it easier to imagine detail and silhouette by taking different meanings from words, rather than directly looking at imagery.”

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2019-07-05 17:04:47

3 of 6  Follow English designer @feebfashion’s story this week. ⠀ “My tools have become more scientific than I would ever have imagined in my quest to perfect the recipes and methods for my bioplastics. I now include saucepans, thermometers, hot plates and syringes in my toolbox. ⠀ “Much of my work involves knit, a brilliant example of zero waste as it can be constantly unpicked and reinvented. While I am also recycling other types of plastic, such as bubble wrap, in my most recent collection, certain outfits will be fully biodegradable by using bioplastics along with natural yarns and fibers.”

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Follow English designer @feebfashion’s story this week.
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“My tools have become more scientific than I would ever have imagined in my quest to perfect the recipes and methods for my bioplastics. I now include saucepans, thermometers, hot plates and syringes in my toolbox.
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“Much of my work involves knit, a brilliant example of zero waste as it can be constantly unpicked and reinvented. While I am also recycling other types of plastic, such as bubble wrap, in my most recent collection, certain outfits will be fully biodegradable by using bioplastics along with natural yarns and fibers.”

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2019-07-04 17:05:21

2 of 6  Follow English designer @feebfashion’s story this week. ⠀ “I feel like people might be surprised at first glance to learn that my work is sustainable because in fashion the word [can be] associated with a plain hemp, baggy T-shirt. I hope my designs encourage people to put enormous effort into finding eco options so that it becomes the rule rather than the exception. ⠀ “The aim of my work is to show that being sustainable can be fun, exciting, interesting, colorful, alive and positive.”

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Follow English designer @feebfashion’s story this week.
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“I feel like people might be surprised at first glance to learn that my work is sustainable because in fashion the word [can be] associated with a plain hemp, baggy T-shirt. I hope my designs encourage people to put enormous effort into finding eco options so that it becomes the rule rather than the exception.
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“The aim of my work is to show that being sustainable can be fun, exciting, interesting, colorful, alive and positive.”

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2019-07-03 17:03:04

1 of 6 The sound of sewing machines and the feeling of fabric surrounded Phoebe Constable (@feebfashion) as a child growing up in the village of West Wittering on the English south coast. But it wasn’t her mother’s job as a curtain maker that inspired her to study fashion - it was her desire to affect environmental change. ⠀ “The damage we are causing to our world, specifically the oceans, terrifies me,” says Phoebe, who recently graduated in fashion design at Norwich University of the Arts. “Knowing that my chosen industry is one of the biggest polluters of our natural world makes me a little ashamed to be entering it, which is why I am so determined to be another voice in the call for change.” ⠀ Follow @feebfashion’s story this week on @vogue.

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The sound of sewing machines and the feeling of fabric surrounded Phoebe Constable (@feebfashion) as a child growing up in the village of West Wittering on the English south coast. But it wasn’t her mother’s job as a curtain maker that inspired her to study fashion - it was her desire to affect environmental change.
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“The damage we are causing to our world, specifically the oceans, terrifies me,” says Phoebe, who recently graduated in fashion design at Norwich University of the Arts. “Knowing that my chosen industry is one of the biggest polluters of our natural world makes me a little ashamed to be entering it, which is why I am so determined to be another voice in the call for change.”
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Follow @feebfashion’s story this week on @vogue.

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2019-07-02 17:03:04

6 of 6 Gogo (@gogograham) recently quit her job to work on her brand full-time. “I was working for this non-profit that provides social services for HIV-affected people, and I decided to make the leap and started selling my stuff online,” she says. “I had such an insecurity complex thinking people didn’t want to buy my work, and that was preventing me from doing it. But I did.” ⠀ At the moment she’s working on a campaign, designing a holiday collection, and is undergoing facial feminization surgery. She started her transition five years ago and considers it a major turning point. “It became something that helped my mental health – I actually don't know if I would be here today if I didn't make that decision to begin transitioning,” she says. “Everyone's experience with gender is different because it's a very individual thing. For me it was something that was popping into my head constantly for as long as I could remember. I was very repressed for a long time.” If Gogo could give advice to others who were unsure of where they belong, she’d tell them to find their community. “We all need a support network no matter what we're doing – and unofficially I would say, ‘come move to New York!’” ⠀ See more of NYC fashion designer @gogograham’s story earlier this week on @vogue for #Pride.

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Gogo (@gogograham) recently quit her job to work on her brand full-time. “I was working for this non-profit that provides social services for HIV-affected people, and I decided to make the leap and started selling my stuff online,” she says. “I had such an insecurity complex thinking people didn’t want to buy my work, and that was preventing me from doing it. But I did.”
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At the moment she’s working on a campaign, designing a holiday collection, and is undergoing facial feminization surgery. She started her transition five years ago and considers it a major turning point. “It became something that helped my mental health – I actually don't know if I would be here today if I didn't make that decision to begin transitioning,” she says. “Everyone's experience with gender is different because it's a very individual thing. For me it was something that was popping into my head constantly for as long as I could remember. I was very repressed for a long time.” If Gogo could give advice to others who were unsure of where they belong, she’d tell them to find their community. “We all need a support network no matter what we're doing – and unofficially I would say, ‘come move to New York!’” ⠀

See more of NYC fashion designer @gogograham’s story earlier this week on @vogue for #Pride.

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2019-07-01 17:06:38

5 of 6 Follow NYC fashion designer @gogograham’s story this week for #Pride. ⠀ “In the beginning, I couldn’t pay people because I didn't have any money, so people were offering to model for me – which is amazing, and I wouldn't be where I am today without them. ⠀ “As my brand started to build momentum I have been able to raise funds to be able to put on shows and get everyone paid. Modeling is great, but there are many other professions that I would like to see more trans people being employed in, such as the fashion industry.”

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Follow NYC fashion designer @gogograham’s story this week for #Pride.
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“In the beginning, I couldn’t pay people because I didn't have any money, so people were offering to model for me – which is amazing, and I wouldn't be where I am today without them.
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“As my brand started to build momentum I have been able to raise funds to be able to put on shows and get everyone paid. Modeling is great, but there are many other professions that I would like to see more trans people being employed in, such as the fashion industry.”

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2019-06-30 17:02:40

4 of 6 Follow NYC fashion designer @gogograham’s story this week for #Pride. ⠀ “A lot of my work has to do with the ways in which – just me existing in the body that I have – is so often sexualized by people. I think about how I can use that to empower myself, rather than all the other ways that I could use that energy. And I think that resonates a lot with people in my community. ⠀ “For [the collection] Dragon Lady I was thinking about how I'm confronted with people using my appearance to satisfy their desires. I'm half-Japanese and half-white and people – specifically men on dating apps – will just see what I look like and make lots of interesting analyses.”

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Follow NYC fashion designer @gogograham’s story this week for #Pride.
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“A lot of my work has to do with the ways in which – just me existing in the body that I have – is so often sexualized by people. I think about how I can use that to empower myself, rather than all the other ways that I could use that energy. And I think that resonates a lot with people in my community.
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“For [the collection] Dragon Lady I was thinking about how I'm confronted with people using my appearance to satisfy their desires. I'm half-Japanese and half-white and people – specifically men on dating apps – will just see what I look like and make lots of interesting analyses.”

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2019-06-30 14:40:44

3 of 6 Follow NYC fashion designer @gogograham’s story this week for #Pride. ⠀ “I've always used found objects, because I don't have a lot of money to buy new materials to work with. I don't necessarily believe in producing more waste than I need to. ⠀ “There's so much aside from the human labor exploitation that's involved in producing new materials – it's destroying our planet as well.”

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Follow NYC fashion designer @gogograham’s story this week for #Pride.
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“I've always used found objects, because I don't have a lot of money to buy new materials to work with. I don't necessarily believe in producing more waste than I need to.
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“There's so much aside from the human labor exploitation that's involved in producing new materials – it's destroying our planet as well.”

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2019-06-27 17:08:34

2 of 6 Follow NYC fashion designer @gogograham’s story this week for #Pride. ⠀ The body-positive movement sparked Gogo’s inspiration: “I began to see a more body-positive movement in the fashion industry. People with different bodies were being accepted, instead of just the standard sample size situation that everyone in the fashion industry is familiar with. So I started making clothes that fit my body.” ⠀ However, she says, there’s still more understanding needed around diversity in fashion. “Even me saying, ‘I make clothes for trans women’, or saying that something works for me, doesn't mean it's going to work for another trans person or a cisgender person, because all our bodies are different. I think oftentimes people want a specific answer to how my clothing is different from clothing that's geared towards cisgender people.”

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Follow NYC fashion designer @gogograham’s story this week for #Pride.
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The body-positive movement sparked Gogo’s inspiration: “I began to see a more body-positive movement in the fashion industry. People with different bodies were being accepted, instead of just the standard sample size situation that everyone in the fashion industry is familiar with. So I started making clothes that fit my body.”
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However, she says, there’s still more understanding needed around diversity in fashion. “Even me saying, ‘I make clothes for trans women’, or saying that something works for me, doesn't mean it's going to work for another trans person or a cisgender person, because all our bodies are different. I think oftentimes people want a specific answer to how my clothing is different from clothing that's geared towards cisgender people.”

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2019-06-26 16:59:58

1 of 6 Gogo Graham (@gogograham) found her North Star when she found her community. She started her brand as a way to use her skills – making clothing from discarded objects – and to create work for other trans women. “I noticed there were less people in my community being employed and I wanted to address that,” the 28-year-old fashion designer explains. “The best way to celebrate an underserved community is to economically empower them.” ⠀ Originally from a rural suburb outside Houston, Texas, Gogo moved to New York City after graduating from university. She learned how to sew while working for the theater at university, which led to a job with a costume designer, and finally a role in a fashion production factory in Manhattan’s Garment District. “I noticed how much fabric was being wasted and thrown into the garbage, so I took things out of the trash and start making clothes from them.” ⠀ Follow @gogograham’s story this week for #Pride.

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Gogo Graham (@gogograham) found her North Star when she found her community. She started her brand as a way to use her skills – making clothing from discarded objects – and to create work for other trans women. “I noticed there were less people in my community being employed and I wanted to address that,” the 28-year-old fashion designer explains. “The best way to celebrate an underserved community is to economically empower them.”
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Originally from a rural suburb outside Houston, Texas, Gogo moved to New York City after graduating from university. She learned how to sew while working for the theater at university, which led to a job with a costume designer, and finally a role in a fashion production factory in Manhattan’s Garment District. “I noticed how much fabric was being wasted and thrown into the garbage, so I took things out of the trash and start making clothes from them.”
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Follow @gogograham’s story this week for #Pride.

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