Georgia May Jagger wants to clean up our oceans

Georgia May Jagger wants to clean up with oceans

Georgia May Jagger wants to clean up our oceans

Georgia May Jagger wants to clean up our oceans. Georgia May Jagger has starred on the cover of Carnaby’s sustainability-themed issue.

The 27-year-old model has posed for the magazine which has partnered with Shaftesbury and Project 0 to help protect and clean up with world’s oceans.

Georgia expressed how proud she is to represent the sustainability issue, saying: “I am so proud to be on the cover of Carnaby magazine and representing both Bleach and Project 0. As one of the owners of Bleach, we are always looking to improve the sustainability of our business.

“It really is the lifeblood of our brand. I am really happy to be a part of an area of London that takes sustainability as seriously as we do at Bleach, and that I, as a Project 0 Ambassador, incorporate into my daily life.”

To celebrate the eco-friendly issue, Project 0 has launched a range of limited edition Carnaby tote bags, featuring artwork from Georgia, Suki Waterhouse, Tracey Emin, Fearne Cotton, Holly St Claire and Julian Höenig.

Georgia spoke about her own artwork for the bag, adding: “The ocean is my favourite place to spend time and I think whales are the most incredible of Earth’s creatures. I drew my whale to inspire people to remember that the choices they make each day impact the lives of whales and all the creatures in the sea.”

The director of Project 0, Tyrone Wood said: “Project 0 is so pleased to be entering into partnership with Carnaby to create a sustainable, ocean-friendly future for everyone. Carnaby has a history of setting an inspirational tone in culture, so it makes total sense that together we lead London into a stylish, reusable future.”

The reusable bags are made from recycled cotton canvas, 100% of profits made will go to conservation work in the Thames and they are available on weareprojectzero.org.

Georgia May Jagger wants to clean up our oceans

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