Áine Rose Campbell
I am a model, community organizer and lover of creative, social impact collaborations. I’m half Chinese, quarter Scottish and a quarter Irish and was raised in England. Áine is an Irish name pronounced “Anya”.
As a model, I promote sustainable and ethical fashion, and collaborate with conscious brands to align my image with my beliefs as much as possible. This choice has allowed me to deep-dive into what ethical and eco-friendly fashion really means-from the long term environmental impacts of making fashion, to the labour behind the production of clothes throughout the entire supply change, and what “sustainable” truly translates into as a lifestyle and culture.
In December 2016, I co-founded the Model Activist Community, aka the Model Mafia, with fellow model, Cameron Russell. The Model Mafia is a group of dedicated fashion models who take collective action to create a more fair and just world. The Model Mafia was featured in the Edit and has collaborated with organizations such as Eco-Age, the United Nations, BRAC and Pure Earth.
Vogue, Elle, The Guardian, The Sunday Times, Milk Magazine, Sublime Magazine, Aveda, Donna Karen, Kate Spade, Alice and Olivia, ASOS, Topshop, Rue La La, BHLDN, Ideeli, Boohoo, AT&T, Jimmy Choo, Target, Moroccan Oil, TJMaxx, Guerlain, Bally, Tory Burch, Alexander McQueen, Jaeger, Fendi, Pucci, Reebok, Zuneta, Cesar Galindo, Samantha Pleet, Mike Vensal, Cobra Society, Finlay & Co., Gamma Folk