Published at : 2020-01-20 05:37

Indosole and Last Layer join director Zoee Marsh ( to promote sustainable fashion production by breathing life back into an abandoned, post-apocalyptic swimming pool. Australian choreographer and movement director Zoee Marsh celebrates activism and draws an awareness to fast fashion flooding the Earth.

"The fast fashion industry, being the second largest polluter in the world, has a devastating impact on people and the environment at every level. From toxic chemicals dumped in rivers, factories full of mistreated workers, expendable clothing in our wardrobes, and yesterday’s trends in our landfills."

Indosole and Last Layer implement sustainable practices to promote ethical clothing production, by reducing landfill waste, recycling discarded materials, and encouraging conscious consumerism.

"When we flood the world with unsustainable fast fashion, this generation and the next generation will be the ones to face the drought, and this is what this piece of work reflects. In hope to inspire awareness of this ongoing issue to the upcoming generations, we must practice and educate for the future of our planet."

With the widely respected videography skills of Sean Higgins ( , the team brought this story to screen to acknowledge and honour those who are making a difference in environmental activism in the fashion industry.


Clothing - Last Layer
Footwear - Indosole
Director - Zoee Marsh
Cinematographer - Sean Higgins
Editor - Shotography
Choreographer - Zoee Marsh
Hair & Make up - Natalia Poposka
Stylist - Shaye Singline
Camera Assistant - Chris Barter
Music by - Marie Dahlstrom & Secania
BTS - Eve Gower
Production Assistant - Brittany Flask & Sarah Ambrose
Catering - Kristina Gartner

Jayden Wall
Melissa Pham
Lauren Drago
Bailey Glen
Tiggy Treloar
Tayla Gartner

Special Thanks
Kyla Bartholomeusz, Donnie Dimase, MAPA Australia & Not A Stitch Up Productions