Aniela Fidler Wieruszewska
She is a postdisciplinary, creative researcher and artist brought up in Poland, living in London. It explores how narratives can improve our ability to care for objects, for each other, and for the planet. Her expertise is in sustainable development and ethics of fashion, consumption and communication methods. She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA) and a resident of Cockpit Arts thanks to the generous support of the Radcliffe Trust. She graduated from MA Fashion Futures '20 at London College of Fashion, UAL, where she received a distinction. Angela was educated at Vivienne Westwood and previously worked with independent designers such as Mary Benson and Charles Jeffrey. In 2018, she won the prestigious Kering Award for Sustainable Fashion. Her work has been featured by Alexander McQueen, Center for Sustainable Fashion, Deezen and Dutch Design Week. She is currently working as a Knowledge Exchange Officer at the Center for Sustainable Fashion at the University of the Arts London.