Livia Firth thinks fast fashion is destroying the industry. The co-founder of Eco-Age, whose husband is the actor Colin Firth, has long championed sustainable fashion and believes high street stores are to blame for the public's obsession with cheap and wasteful clothing. She told the Daily Telegraph newspaper: ''Fast fashion is a phenomenon; you can't make it better. You can use as much...
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Livia Firths, says fast fashion cannot be ethical! Thankyou!
Mimi New York creates one-of-a-kind, hand made dresses and gowns from recovered antique textiles and lace. Each one meticulously constructed from shredded, torn and damaged vintage lace, patiently and artistically paired and draped directly on the mannequin.
On Wednesday, The North Face announced the completion of its Responsible Down Standard (RDS), a tool that will provide a global standard through which the outdoor-gear retailer says any organization can evaluate and certify its full down supply...
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The North Face Releases a Global Responsible Down Standard for others to evaluate their down supply chain!
With another recently published book, author and professor Sass Brown took time to share her vision and take on sustainable fashion with rêve en vert. To date she has carved an illustrious path and remains one of the leading figures and pioneers of this sector of the industry. Her vision for ReFashioned: Cutting-Edge Clothing …
Todays Commentary and Critique is one of a series of three articles originally written for the MISTRA Textile Toolbox, a web platform aimed at creating systemic change within the fashion industry through ‘interconnected design thinking and processes for sustainable textiles and fashion’.
Aqua Green is a stylish, demure, swimwear collection with a sophisticated range of one and two-piece swimsuits and beach cover-ups. The collection is clean and uncluttered, running from sporty styles with primary colored graphic insets, to pretty, with fluted and flounced styles cleverly designed to flatter any body type.
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