Hyperlinks for the critical incidents and iterations, key pieces of evidence.

THE CHANGE I WANT TO SEE (link right below) WWHI PROPOSAL (link below) 1ST SURVEY AND THE RESPONSES (link below) FIRST INTERVENTION (link below) Interview of Thomas de Lacey (Administrative Assistant at Burberry) 2nd INTERVIEWS WITH EXPERTS ( Merchandiser at Sahara ) EVALUATION DRAFT (link below) INTERVENTION INSTAGRAM CAMPAIGN Video Campaign 2nd intervention (link below)… Continue reading Hyperlinks for the critical incidents and iterations, key pieces of evidence.

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Sustainable fashion brands

There is no question that sustainability is growing in importance for most fashion buyers, but it can also be hard to know exactly where to look for environmentally sustainable and ethically made apparel. So, we’re here to promote it for you. I round up below are some of our favorite sustainable fashion brands that create high quality, environmentally conscious collections to enjoy shopping with a clean conscience. References: Davis, J. (2018). 22 of our favourite sustainable brands. [online] Harper’s BAZAAR. Available at: https://www.harpersbazaar.com/uk/fashion/what-to-wear/g19491797/the-best-and-still-chic-sustainable-brands/. ‌

Fashion&Sustainability

What is sustainable fashion? Sustainable fashion is a movement and process of fostering change to fashion products and the fashion system towards greater ecological integrity and social justice. Sustainable fashion concerns more than just addressing fashion textiles or products. It comprises addressing the whole system of fashion. Brands & Consumers. Pros and Cons of second… Continue reading Fashion&Sustainability

The change I want to see

Increased understanding of the environmental effects of the fashion industry has emerged in recent years, sparked by mounting evidence of increased global apparel consumption and powered by increased accessibility and cost-effectiveness. Over the past 3 years, the publication of several authoritative reports documenting the scale of the fashion industry’s environmental effects and the numerous sustainability initiatives pursued by the fashion industry (e.g., the Global Fashion Agenda’s ‘2020 Commitment’) has not only helped to draw more attention to the issues But an apparent wave of intention towards a specific, quantifiable action has also caused. With the abundance of knowledge concerning sustainability in the fashion industry, The aim of this chapter is to provide an overview of (1) the most important environmental impacts from the fashion industry, (2) current leading collective sustainability initiatives mobilising the fashion industry, (3) current available metrics and instruments for assessing the environmental impact of the textile life cycle, and (4) Examples of how apparel firms implement environmental programs in their products or processes. Finally, the chapter will end with some of the emerging issues facing the fashion industry and potential prospects in sustainability. The way we make and wear our clothes and throw them away is unsustainable. Textile fabrication Contributes more to climate change than combined international air travel and shipping; Uses lake-sized freshwater volumes which induces chemical which plastic waste. In the deep sea, in Arctic sea ice, in fish and shellfish, synthetic… Continue reading The change I want to see