Livia Firth, co-founder and creative director of Eco – Age, and Andrew Morgan, well-known film director presented The Diamonds of Botswana, at the 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge in New York. They presented the world premiere documentary that takes part of the short film series Fashionscapes focus on sustainability. Guests from around the world including Rupert Friend, Aimee Mullins, Zawe Ashton and Nathan Stewart-Jarrettsi. The Diamonds of Botswana speaks about the trip that Livia Firth had made in Botswana where she had the opportunity to see diamond mining in a country that unearthed some of the most precious stones in the world. Eco – Age has become a company famous for defending sustainable production and for telling the ecological and human stories behind the clothes manufacture. Livia Firth’s aim is to try to understand the better way to combine industry – working places and employees. Botswana represented a new business model, that must be protected with integrity and surveillance.