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Clare loves to talk. As well as a podcaster, she is an experienced MC, keynote speaker and moderator, specialising in the fields of sustainable and ethical fashion, fashion history, fashion activism, feminism and the fashion media. She has held sold-out reader events in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, hosted sustainable fashion forums and industry disucssions and is a frequent panellist and media commentator.

 Opening the exhibition: Fast Fashion, The Dark Side of Fashion at Melbourne's RMIT Gallery. 

Opening the exhibition: Fast Fashion, The Dark Side of Fashion at Melbourne's RMIT Gallery. 

Clare's clients include Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival, the Australian Fashion Chamber, Woolmark, Clean Cut, Well Made Clothes, Ethical Clothing Australia, AMP and Patagonia. 

Want to book Clare to speak at or MC your event? Enquiries here. She'd love to hear from you.

 Interviewing Catherine Baba and Eva Galambos for an Australian Fashion Chamber event

Interviewing Catherine Baba and Eva Galambos for an Australian Fashion Chamber event

 
 
Working with Clare for our Vivid evening for the Australian Fashion Chamber was an absolute pleasure. Her understanding of our Chamber, and making it interesting for everyone, was effortless in its execution. I enjoy the banter Clare has with people and her professionalism and charm makes her a delight to see and hear. I am a fan of her podcast too!
— - Miriam Gilroy, General Manager, Australian Fashion Chamber
Clare is a powerhouse of knowledge and a truly effective collaborator. At a time when consumers’ demand is moving at a lighting pace, and social issues are having profound impacts on businesses, it’s important for our industry to recognise and acknowledge commentators with integrity. Clare is that combined with a warm and friendly character to the core. The Festival is delighted to have collaborated on a number of projects with Clare and looks forward to many more
— Graeme Lewsey, CEO, Virgin Melbourne Fashion Festival
“It was fantastic to have Clare MC The Woolmark Company’s 2017 Sydney student seminar. She connected with the students whilst demonstrating her own understanding of the fashion industry. Clare chaired the discussion and Q&A panel so effortlessly engaging the speakers to educate the audience about the important role of Australian wool in the global fashion industry.
— ASHLEY HOLLIS, PROJECT MGR, NATURALLY INSPIRING SEMINAR, THE WOOLMARK COMPANY