Go Green on Earth Day
Dear Secret Agents,
It’s imperative that we Go Green on Earth Day. On 22 April 1970, secret agents of our colour revolution mobilised 20 million Americans to take to the streets putting environmental concerns high on the political agenda. Meet the organisers of the very first Earth Day. Since then, many a people have Gone Green. However, there are still doubts about our Go Green movement, therefore, we must stay vigilant about current environmental threats to our Mother Earth.
On this Earth Day, secret agents of our Colour Revolution have sprung into action. They have been patrolling on secret missions around the globe, keeping Mother Earth safe. Our agents are dressed in shades of green, and are still carrying a Jimmy Hendricks headbands and full skirts that have proven to be quite handy when jumping fences.
TIPS: The patrolling is pretty standardised these days. Turn up to your location, wearing green. Any shade of green would do. First, have a little dance to honour Mother Earth. Then, hide behind the fence and spy on all the people conspiring against the Go Green movement on Earth Day. Upon completing your patrolling mission, scream from the top of your lungs. This will let Mother Earth know you’re done and she’ll wave you goodbye. Her wave is powerful, so expect to be blown away. Quite literally. And then a little spin and jump the fence. Mission Complete. Roger and Out.
Viva La Earth Day! Viva La Green! Viva La Colour Revolution! Go Green on Earth Day!
Both the dress and the headband are vintage. Shoes are Marc Jacobs and the bag is Furla, both previously featured in The No Pants Spring Coat.
Each year, Earth Day — April 22 — marks the anniversary of what many consider the birth of the modern environmental movement in 1970. Earth Day 1970 capitalized on the emerging consciousness, channeling the energy of the anti-war protest movement and putting environmental concerns front and center. READ MORE