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Daisy Lowe says her love for fashion and the planet is a 'constant juggle' as she urges fans to buy 'clothes you can have forever' instead of 'cheap items that fall to pieces after they're washed'

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Daily Mail
 2021-05-15

Daisy Lowe has encouraged her fans to not buy into fast fashion and instead opt to be more sustainable - after admitting her love for clothes and the plant is a 'constant juggle'.

The model, 32, from London, told Tatler that she 'doesn't ever want to be preachy' but feels it's important to share the ways in which people can be kinder to nature.

The sustainable lifestyle advocate, who worked on a series titled The Lowe Down last year in which she explored environmental issues associated with our everyday activities, was speaking about her charity collaboration with luxury resale site Cudoni.

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Daisy Lowe (pictured in 2019) has encouraged her fans to not buy into fast fashion and instead opt to be more sustainable - after admitting her love for clothes and the plant is a 'constant juggle'

She discussed the struggle of being a sustainable style enthusiast, explaining: 'I work in fashion and I love clothes but I also love the planet so it's a constant juggle.

'You don't have to say, "I'm never travelling again and I'm never buying anything again," but there's little tips and tricks that you can do to minimise your carbon footprint and buying designer vintage is one of those,' she added.

She said that it's about choosing your clothing items wisely, encouraging people to avoid garments that'll be ruined after they're washed a couple of times.

Daisy insisted: 'Rather than cheap items of clothing that after you wash them once or twice they're falling to pieces, save up four times that amount and have something that you can have forever.'

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The model (pictured), 32, from London, told Tatler that she 'doesn't ever want to be preachy' but feels it's important to share the ways in which people can be kinder to nature

The model also spoke about lockdown, admitting she had missed going out dancing and 'cannot wait until 21 June', when coronavirus restrictions are said to be easing further.

Daisy has recently been spotted out and about enjoying al fresco dining with her boyfriend Jordan Saul.

Their romance was first revealed when they were spotted putting on a PDA-fest in a north London park in July.

Daisy's animal-obsessed partner, who works as a new home consultant for an estate agent, openly documents his various international adventures, including regular stops in South Africa and plenty of ski trips.

While he doesn't mention his occupation on social media, he's clearly at home with the animal kingdom, sharing pictures of himself cuddling a cheetah and snorkelling in the ocean.

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