Nigerian philanthropist and DJ, Cuppy Otedola, recently shared her insights on sustainability in the second series of The Salvation Army Trading Company Ltd (SATCoL) podcast, The Sustainable Conversation.

Cuppy, known for her vibrant DJ sets at Glastonbury and features in GLAMOUR UK and Harper’s Bazaar, also heads a thriving foundation that creates numerous opportunities for children in Africa and the UK. She is truly a force for good.

The SATCoL podcast serves as another platform to support the fashion industry and promote social and environmental justice. This podcast, run by the trading arm of The Salvation Army, raises money for charity through reuse and repurposing schemes.

In the first episode of its second series, Cuppy is joined by Lucy Kebbell, founder of The Vendeur, a media platform focused on sustainability and responsible consumption. Together, they engage in a candid discussion about second-hand fashion and steps towards lasting change.

Lucy, whose work with small sustainable businesses led to the creation of The WIP in 2022—a community of SMEs in the positive impact space—continues to champion community and sustainability in the fashion industry.

During the episode, Cuppy shares her simple tips for staying sustainably fashionable, including upcycling and waste reduction initiatives like Pantickles.

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