“- by celebrating all that is good, positive and decidedly empowering when creating something meaningful with their own two hands. In relation to the negatives, the acceptance to bounce back as the better person is always a better option when it comes down to that.”
Instead of looking to comment or condemn why Millennials (and to a certain extent, Gen Y) do certain things, I think the more important question to ask is how did they even end up doing what they do in the first place?
Let’s take a look at three influencing factors that are mainly responsible for shaping a generation – parents, technology and economics with Alix Yang.
Making her debut last year at the Adelaide Fashion Festival and one of the happiest and kindest people I’ve ever had the pleasure of being around (with patience one of her more well-known suits), Sophia is set to make the fashion industry great again with her ethos of slow fashion as a minimal maximalist.
Styling and model // Sophia Mcmahon
shot and edited by yours truly
“Back then with technology in the early millennium, we never had that financial backing to access fashion or afford such liberal thinking like how we are able to do so now with the Internet. Or have that capability to spend like we do now.”
Part 2 of interview with Shauna Voon from Silhouettes of Chic