Lucy Siegle is a journalist, broadcaster and film maker from the UK with a passion for sustainable fashion. A lot of people in the UK know her from BBC1's The One Show where she has presented live from just about every county in the UK and reported on hundreds of stories. She has been a columnist for the world's oldest Sunday newspaper The Observer since 2004 specialising in environmental and social justice. Her work is syndicated across the world via the Guardian online. Her book, To Die For: is fashion wearing out the world? is credited with kickstarting a new sustainable style movement.
She founded the Green Carpet Challenge with Livia Firth and they've worked extensively on making sustainable style popular, including at the 2011 Oscars. Lucy is executive producer of The True Cost (of fashion) by US director, Andrew Morgan, one of Netflix's most popular documentaries to date and shortlisted for the Environmental Media Awards Documentary of the Year. Her short film, Green Cut, won Documentary of the Year at the inaugural Fashion and Film Festival, 2014. Ten years ago she founded the Observer Ethical Awards dubbed the Green Oscars and has worked extensively with progressive businesses, A-listers, community leaders and up-and-coming eco warriors to mainstream ecological messaging in arts, business and education.