Top model and influencer Arizona Muse is styled by Felipe Mendes in noble origins menswear layers with major modern updates. Philip Gay is in the studio for Numero Tokyo September 2019./ Hair by Raphael Salley; makeup by Ariel Yeh
Top model, branding and sustainability consultant, new mom Arizona Muse is styled by Julie Gillet in boho separates with nature-loving spirit. Photographer David Roemer captures Arizona for the June 21 issue of Madame Figaro.
Arizona Muse is styled by Miranda Almond in ‘Taking A Stand’, a collection of earth-friendly, noble origins, country manor looks. Photographer Richard Phibbs captures the bucolic scene for Town & Country UK May 2019./ Hair by Paul Donovan; makeup by Polly Osmond
Lydia Slater interviews Arizona at a farm in Sussex, peering into polytunnels of spinach and lettuce while discussing her escalating commitment to eco-fashion and sustainability.
Arizona Muse is photographed in London's Hyde Park with her husband Boniface Verney-Carron and son Nikko in 'Love Actually' by Emma Hardy. Julia Brenard styles Arizona who is about to celebrate her first wedding anniversary with Boniface for Porter Magazine #28 Fall 2018./ Hair by Mark Hampton; makeup by Anita Keeling
Model Arizona Muse fronts the Mango Spring/Summer 2018 campaign. Alexandra Nataf captures Arizona, styled by Ilona Hamer./ Hair by Mark Hampton; makeup by Siddhartha Simone
Model Arizona Muse fronts the eco-friendly Mango Committed Spring/Summer 2018 campaign. Alexandra Nataf captures Arizona, styled by Ilona Hamer./ Hair by Mark Hampton; makeup by Siddhartha Simone
Arizona explains the sustainability credentials behind Mango's Committed Collection:
“I love the MANGO committed collection. I am so excited to be here wearing it. This is my passion and MANGO came to me and said “Oh we would like to have you in our collection because of your interest in sustainability”. People are starting to see that this is my real interest and passion and I am really honored. I love it because the fabrics feel great, I know a lot about where the fabrics come from and I know how much better they are for our environment, our world and us. The fabrics that you use are really high quality like, Tencel, which is made from trees that were raised to be cut, so has never deforested anything and also the chemicals used in the process are never wasted, they reuse 99.7 % of the chemicals that they use for processing. And also you have chosen organic cotton, which is a totally different way of growing cotton. From my personal point of view, my decision to wear organic cotton comes from the way the farm is run, an organic farm for cotton is a totally different organization and that’s really important to the health of our environment.” – Muse for Vogue Paris on MANGO committed collection.
Chopard made a landmark announcement on March 22 that by July 22, the Swiss maison will only use ethical gold in all its jewelry and watch creations. Long-time friends of Chopard including Colin and Livia Firth, Julianne Moore and Arizona Muse joined Chopard's Caroline Scheufele and Karl Friedrich Scheufele in making the announcement.
The commitment to sustainability is a long one. More than 30 years ago Chopard brought all its jewelry-making processes in-house in order to guarantee control of every aspect of their relationship with miners as well as promises made to Chopard clients.
In 2013 the Maison made the decision to invest directly in artisanal gold, to increase its availability to the larger market. The company has a long-standing relationship with Olivia and Colin Firth, who champion sustainability through their Green Carpet Collections. Chopard defines “ethical gold” as gold acquired from responsible sources that have been verified to meet international best practices. From July 2018 Chopard gold will be responsibly sourced from either artisanal small-scale mines in the Swiss Better Gold Association (SBGA), Fairmined and Fairtrade schemes, or from the RJC Chain of Custody gold through Chopard’s partnership with RJC-certified refineries.