Consciously minded: Tindi Mar chooses change

Championing creativity over consumption this Earth Day, we partner with ‘More Or Less’ magazine to spotlight the very best in conscious fashion. Climate activist and model Tindi Mar embraces a quiet luxury in a curated edit of considered pieces, as she discusses living in a self-sustaining eco community, supporting Indigenous cultures and the importance of shopping mindfully.

2021 loose-fit jeans


Acne Studios

2021 loose-fit jeans


cropped straight-leg jeans



cropped straight-leg jeans



On the power of community

‘Living in [self-sustaining ecological community] Los Guayabos, Mexico, has been a life-changing experience for me. We rely on sustainable practices for food, energy and water usage, and use very low light outside of houses so as not to compete with the stars and the full moon. By reducing our reliance on outside sources, we build a strong relationship with the land and among our community.'


On personal style

‘Having your own sense of style can help with investing in fewer, more high-quality pieces that will last longer and have a smaller environmental impact. I love that Diesel has a lot of repurposed pieces — mostly made from cotton and denim. I really like its designs and love to wear these types of sets, which are made from at least 50% organic components.’


On supporting Indigenous cultures

‘Indigenous cultures have developed sophisticated knowledge systems over centuries of living in close relationship with the environment. It’s our collective responsibility to treat the communities at the forefront of the struggle for land, food and justice, not as passive beneficiaries, but as active agents of change. Our work should follow their lead and support their autonomy. I love these cool and comfy Acne Studios pieces because the brand collaborates with reliable and ethical sourcing associates, and fosters equitable work environments throughout its supply chain.’


On shopping pre-owned

‘What I love about pre-owned and vintage fashion is the sense of history and individuality each piece brings. It's also a more sustainable option as it reduces waste and promotes reuse. This look aligns with my personal style — it’s an amazing mix; a pre-owned Jean Paul Gaultier shirt, Paula Canovas del Vas pants made from deadstock fabric and GmbH shoes that are created with recycled materials.’


On shopping mindfully

‘It’s important to consider materials — look for products made from sustainable fabrics, such as organic cotton, and natural fibers like hemp. And choose quality over quantity. This fun and unique Conner Ives dress, made from reconstituted vintage and deadstock graphic T-shirts, reaffirms how cool upcycling can be.’

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