Model Ondria Hardin is styled by Philippa Moroney in images by Nicole Bentley for Vogue Australia November 2018./ Hair by Sam McKnight; makeup by Victoria Baron
Model Ondria Hardin does the summer beach scene, styled by Nadene Duncanin tiny bikinis lensed by Christopher Ferguson for ELLE Mexico July 2018./ Makeup by Sarah Tammer; hair by Koh
Images via See Management for Christopher Ferguson
Models Aleyna FitzGerald and Ondria Hardin are styled by Sara Smith for images byHannah Scott-Stevenson for ELLE Australia June 2018./ Makeup by Kellie Stratton; hair by Alan White
Model Ondria Hardin is styled by Naomi Smith in winter looks for cold weather down under. Photographer Stephen Ward is behind the lens for Harper's Bazaar Australia June 2018.
Photographer Saskia Wilson captures model Ondria Hardin for 'Into the Wild', Woolmark's Spring 2018 campaign styled by Jolyon Mason./ Hair by Sophie Roberts
The Woolmark Company is a supporter of the new Commonwealth Fashion Exchange, writing:
"As a company that markets a premium natural fibre, The Woolmark Company is very proud to be supporting this important project," said The Woolmark Company Managing Director Stuart McCullough. "Australian wool has been cultivated by generations of Australian woolgrowers who care for their sheep and work tirelessly to protect and conserve the extensive pastures on which their flocks graze.
"It is important that The Woolmark Company is active in the sustainability arena to clearly demonstrate the eco-credentials of wool. By supporting this global initiative, The Woolmark Company is highlighting Merino wool as a natural, renewable and biodegradable fibre to a cross-section of the world's most influential designers - and helping secure validity for Merino's eco-argument from respected experts and ambassadors in the field of sustainability.
Note that the fashion industry is considered to be the #2 most aggressive polluter, anti-sustainability business sector in the world, second only to oil.