More Or Less is not another magazine showcasing only current-season fashion. Vintage, army surplus, sportswear, old school uniforms, craft, rubbish – all are fair game.
A major goal of More Or Less is to provoke thought about the decisions we make when we buy clothes – factoring in the realities of cost and consumption. I also wanted to offer a glimpse of how real people actually dress without sacrificing the transportive magic and fantasy of fashion.
“This is the only conversation to be having in fashion right now,” the supermodel and activist Amber Valletta said to More Or Less editor, Jaime Perlman, at her Malibu cover shoot. Her thoughts on sustainability and environmental impact resonated powerfully when, a week later, the ravaging California wildfires engulfed the area. A key cause of them was climate change-induced drought.
In issue 3: Iconic cover girl Pamela Anderson shot by legends Inez Van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin and styled by Mel Ottenberg in sustainable fashion. The long time activist and philanthropist talks to Hanna Hanra about the environmental issues, Julian Assange and being vegan... In fact, if we all ate less meat, we would greatly reduce our impact on the climate emergency we are now faced with. Eat your vegetables!
232 pgs, 36.5 × 27 cm, Softcover, 2019,