Designer, Social Entrepreneur, Campaigner and Co-Founder of BOTTLETOP
Cameron Saul is a designer, social entrepreneur, campaigner and Co-Founder of BOTTLETOP, the premium sustainable fashion and design brand.
He co-founded BOTTLETOP in 2002 with his father, Roger Saul, Founder of Mulberry. Their mission was to use sustainable design to empower economically disadvantaged women and Indigenous communities and advocate for critical social and environmental issues through fashion and creative culture. Today BOTTLETOP has atelier programs in Salvador, Kathmandu and the Amazon Rainforest in partnership with the Yawanawá and works with a range of leading edge waste and regenerative materials ranging from waste offcuts from satellite production to confiscated illegal firearm metal, food waste, 3D printed waste plastic, recycled aluminium and various recycled yarns.
BOTTLETOP has worked across the contemporary art and music spaces to raise funds and awareness for specific impact initiatives and inspire action. In 2005, Cameron launched BOTTLETOP’s cross cultural ‘Sound Affects’ album series, followed by the ‘Full Circle’ contemporary art programme in 2009. In 2017, BOTTLETOP opened its London flagship store on Regent Street, the world’s first 3D-printed store made from waste plastic.
BOTTLETOP has collaborated with brands, designers and contemporary artists including Narciso Rodriguez, Prabal Gurung, DKNY, Mulberry, Wangechi Mutu, Idris Khan and Humberto Campana.
BOTTLETOP launched the #TOGETHERBAND Campaign in 2019 in partnership with the UN Foundation to engage the world in the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and inspire action to achieve them. So far, the movement, which combines products made from waste materials with storytelling and live events, has generated over 9 billion digital impressions and raised over $2m for impact projects advancing the 17 SDGs worldwide.
#TOGETHERBAND is supported by over 900 Ambassadors ranging from grass roots youth activists Txai Suruí and Elijah McKenzie Jackson to cultural and sporting icons such as David Beckham, Naomi Campbell and Lewis Hamilton to scientists and experts including Ban Ki-moon, Dr. Sylvia Earle and Mary Robinson.