Sarah Klymkiw is an author, maker and educator living in North London.
With 15 years experience designing and delivering creative projects, community initiatives and campaigns to encourage a more sustainable approach to fashion, she has worked with a range of cultural institutions such as the Victoria and Albert Museum, Southbank Centre, London College of Fashion, Goldsmiths University and Glastonbury Festival on sustainable fashion projects and collaborations. She has visited schools, universities and consulted fashion businesses to inspire change.
Her debut book Fashion Conscious compiles her knowledge of the impact fashion has on people and planet with a solution based approach. She has designed Fashion Conscious to be a positive, pro-active and practical guide to ask questions, be a part of the change and to have a more sustainable approach to buying, using, wearing and disposing clothes.
She continues to give talks and run practical workshops and events to tackle textile waste and founded the community clothes repair initiative Worn Well at the beginning of 2019.