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Join the Revolution: Part 1

We believe everyday revolutions happen when life is lived with passion and purpose – when the desire to make a difference is instinctive in all we do. At Lack of Color, our personal revolution comes to life in the Fight for the Bight campaign. By protesting the drilling of our pristine oceans, we’re doing our best to help protect Australia’s beautiful coastlines and marine environment. After all, if we don’t support the environment and ecosystems we have today, there will be nothing left for tomorrow. We hope you’ll join us in our fight for unspoiled waters, and to ensure big oil has no future in Australia.
 
 
For the launch for our new collection, Revolution, we reached out to those who inspire us the most to uncover the revolutions, big or small, that fill their lives with passion. From Elyse Knowles to Bella Thomas and a handful of muses in between, the responses have been nothing short of inspiring. In asking them to Join The Revolution and share their passions with us, it’s our way of bringing awareness to the causes close to the hearts of those in a position to make a real difference.  
 

Blue Isabell; Model and mermaid

Our new collection is called REVOLUTION, what’s yours?
 
My revolution is animal rescue
 
Why this revolution?
 
Worldwide there are so many animals that need our help!
 
What are you most passionate about?
 
Helping give innocent animals a better life
 
How does this connect to your revolution?
 
I strongly believe in adopting rescued animals. Together my family currently has a total of eleven rescues.
 
Who or what inspired or motivates you the most?
 
Foundations like PAWS of Hawaii and the Hawaiian Humane
 
How can we become a part of your revolution?
 
If you aren’t able to adopt, you can help by volunteering or donating to your local animal rescue shelters.
 
Who do you think was the most influential icon in the 70s?

Bob Marley
 
Favourite song to get you in the groove?
 

Annalise McLachlan; model, muse and '70s lost soul

 

Our new collection is called REVOLUTION, what’s yours?
 
Always be a kind and loving person
 
Why this revolution?
 
Because I am, always wanting to be the best version of myself
 
What are you most passionate about?
 
Being a creative soul
 
How does this connect to your revolution?
 
Expressing myself through fashion
 
Who or what inspired or motivates you the most?
 
My fashion and who I am is very much inspired by the 60s and 70s.
 
How can we become a part of your revolution?
 
By always sharing the love
 
Who do you think was the most influential icon in the 70s?

Fashion wise – Cher, Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix
 
Favourite song to get you in the groove?
 

 

Christina Macpherson; Wanderer, writer and free spirit

Our new collection is called REVOLUTION, what’s yours?

E + E – Educations & Environment

Why this revolution?

I think saving and maintaining our precious eco-system has to start with education (for everyone).

What are you most passionate about?

The planet. The people. And protecting the rights of both.

How does this connect to your revolution?

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Who or what inspired or motivates you the most?

Places, people, cultures and countries. New ideas and positive dispositions.

How can we become a part of your revolution?

Read, research, donate, act and reacte

Who do you think was the most influential icon in the 70s?

Mick Jagger and Stevie Nicks

Favourite song to get you in the groove?

Move on Up – Curtis Mayfield

 

Marianne Roussety; Sun chaser, artist, creative thinker

Our new collection is called REVOLUTION, what’s yours?

Conscious Art Revolution

Why this revolution?

To make the art world a bit less wasteful

What are you most passionate about?

Creativity, in every form <3

How does this connect to your revolution?

All revolution starts with a level of creativity

Who or what inspired or motivates you the most?

Nature is my biggest inspiration

How can we become a part of your revolution?

Put in that extra bit of effort to make positive change!

Who do you think was the most influential icon in the 70s?

Bob Marley

Favourite song to get you in the groove?

Black Magic Woman – Fleetwood Mac


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