Transitioning life into a sustainable future


Eunice Olumide MBE

Eunice Olumide MBE is Scotland’s first black Supermodel. V & A Design Champion, BAFTA and ARIAS nominated, her career spans continents working on both national and international campaigns including The Body Shop, Mulberry, Pinko, Christopher Kane, Linda Farrow, Vivienne Westwood, Alexander McQueen and Prada.

A sustainability advocate and social justice campaigner, she has become a talented DJ and broadcaster with national podcasts, radio and television shows on BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio 5 Live, BBC Radio and BBC One. Much of her career has been spent supporting and fund raising for charities including Children’s Hospice Scotland, Climate Revolution, Fuel Poverty Action, The Well Foundation and The Columbus Hospice. She is currently the Ambassador for FAD, Best Beginnings, Graduate Fashion Week, AAI,  Zero Waste Scotland and Fashion Targets, joining the ranks of Kate Moss, Edith Bowman, Twiggy, Alan Carr and Sharon and Kelly Osborne.

A passionate activist and campaigner she has worked with the Centre for Social Justice and spoken at the House of Parliament influencing the first ever inquiry into the impact of fast fashion on the environment. In 2019 she created Next Generation Regeneration curating exhibitions, talks and events at Tate Modern, The British Museum, Groucho Club, Schroders Investment Bank, Bonham’s and the V & A, becoming the first ever Scottish Model to produce an on-schedule BFC London Fashion Week catwalk show at Lambeth Town Hall NGRGFW. She has worked with the SPS, Scottish and UK government on tackling knife crime, The Windrush Scandal and Sustainability implementing training in Schools on racial justice.