Alexi Lubomirski to Collaborate with Movado, Launch Book for Kids
The celebrity fashion photographer Alexi Lubomirski, best known for capturing Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s wedding is launching a children’s book to teach gratitude and collaborating with American watchmaker Movado to breathe gratitude, veganism, and concern for the environment into different projects. Know more about the upcoming book for kids here.
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Veganism, Environmentalism, and Gratitude in a Book for Kids, by Celebrity Photographer, Alexi Lubomirski.
The best part of veganism, according to me is it surpasses beyond some ethical choices of food. It equally dwells in ways of living. In an outstanding, scintillating approach by the humanitarian photographer’s social welfare pursuit, Alexi is set to launch a children’s book “Thank You For My Dreams,” on May 7th this year. It will serve children with lessons of gratitude. According to WWD, all the proceeds will be extended to the charity called Concern Worldwide.
Not only this, the photographer has reportedly collaborated with Movado, the American watchmakers to create a vegan watch strap, as one its Artist Series. After seeing Alexi’s confidence in Veganism, Movado approached the photographer who believes there are four “doorways” into veganism and they’re healthy, environment, spiritual evolution and animals.
“(…) whenever I felt down, sad, or angry about something (especially angry), I could feel the anger manifesting in my chest and stomach (…).”Alexi Lubomirski via wwd.com
Lubomirski Could Feel His Anger Manifesting Physically
Speaking to WWD, the fashion and celebrity photographer said that it was in his twenties he consciously started saying thank you, adding that whatever he used to feel, angry or sad about a certain thing, it used to have manifestations in his stomach and chest, he said, stressing more on anger. To that, the photographer mentioned that after he concentrated onto something he felt grateful for, he could inevitably notice the ‘physical changes’ in his body that came ‘very quickly.’ He said adding, that despite the initial issue perceived, he nonetheless felt ‘better equipped’ to deal with the same and ‘calmer’ than before.
Alexi Lubomirski, who has been a vegan for six years, is a father to two sons and reportedly still teaches children the same exercise that salvaged him from internal discomforts upon outbursts of emotions like sadness and anger. It is reportedly written in the book’s intro –
“I mentally say (pray) ‘thank you’ for the things in my life, such as my health, my family, love, a home, a job, and everything else that I take for granted, like legs that work, eyes that see, and ears that hear. It has become as important as meditation, exercise, or a cup of green tea. I simply feel better after doing it.”Alexi Lubomirski’s intro in the upcoming book via wwd.com
The fashion and portrait photographer reportedly squeezes out some times from his schedule to interview and photograph some high-profile vegan and veggie individuals for his another project, a vegan book called “For Love Of.” The book is aimed at masses to motivate them to adopt a vegan diet for the greater good of the planet, fellow creatures, and our bodies. According to WWD, the book will feature performers, politicians, actors, sports stars and public figures.
Can you identify veganism, environmentalism, and gratitude in the same line as Alex? It is true that if there is gratitude, life is much better. What do you feel? Which is your favorite vegan book for kids? Let me know your thoughts in comments.