Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Eugenia-Volodina-Wearing-a-Greenpeace-Detox-T-Shirt-27MZIF3FBUNS.htmlConceptually similarGael Garcia Bernal Joins the 'Detox' CampaignGP04E0HCompleted★★★★TX13045 Dolce & GabbanaGP0STO6NICompleted★★★★TX13080 Marc JacobsGP0STO6OBCompleted★★★★TX13081 Marc JacobsGP0STO6OCCompleted★★★★TX13033 DiorGP0STO6MTCompleted★★★★Dior - TX13035GP0STO6MVCompleted★★★★TX13037 DiorGP0STO6MXCompleted★★★★TX13038 DiorGP0STO6MYCompleted★★★★TX13046 Dolce & GabbanaGP0STO6NJCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STO7WGEugenia Volodina Wearing a Greenpeace Detox T-ShirtRussian Model and Mother Eugenia Volodina wearing a Greenpeace T-Shirt in support of the Global Detox Campaign, which calls on fashion brands to make clothes free from hazardous chemicals. Eugenia joins a number of other famous faces including Gael Garcia Bernal and Suzy Amis Cameron and millions of others around the world in taking action for a toxic-free future.Date:29 Jan, 2014Credit:© Andrea Massari / GreenpeaceMaximum size:4904px X 5912pxKeywords:Celebrities-Chemical industry-Chemicals-Clothing-Detox (campaign title)-Fashion-Indoors-KWCI (GPI)-One person-Textile industry-Toxics (campaign title)-WomenShoot:The Emperor Needs New Clothes - A Modern FairytaleTo accompany the launch of the Report "A Little Story about a Fashionable Lie" a series of images have been created retelling the Hans Christian Anderson classic, “The Emperor’s New Clothes.” The photos tell the story of a young King who upon discovering that even the most luxurious and expensive children’s clothing contains hazardous chemicals exposes this truth to the world, and challenges the brands to make toxic-free clothing for him and all children around the world; refusing to wear clothes until they do. The tailors in the original fairy-tale “The Emperor’s new clothes” deceive the king, tricking him into believing that he is wearing the finest garments - when in fact he is completely naked. Deception is a key theme in this modern fairytale as well because major fashion brands like Versace and Dolce & Gabbana are also deceiving their customers - hiding the presence of hazardous chemicals behind the glamour and dream-like mystery of their catwalk-shows and advertising. Luxury clothes may be exclusive, but toxic chemicals are not.