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Resource | Centre for Sustainable Fashion

The Centre for Sustainable Fashion (CSF) is based at the London College Fashion. The CSF aims to challenge, provoke and question the fashion status quo.

Website: http://www.sustainable-fashion.com
Location: London
Members: 283
Latest Activity: Nov 21

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Comment by Mistah Wilson on March 14, 2013 at 20:56
Comment by steph steele on February 11, 2013 at 11:45
Hello

I've been conducting a survey on a couple of issues integral to my MA Fashion and the Environment research: sense of place, and authenticity.

I'd like your input on what you call 'home' and what you believe to be 'authentic'. It should only take 5-10 minutes depending on how in-depth you want to be. A fair few participants have told me they enjoyed it and it was sentimental, a blast to the past!

Here's the link:
http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/QHSMTC5

Your answers will only be used in the context of my sketchbook, and for my own knowledge and understanding in whether people think the same as I do!

Thank you!
Comment by ANGELICA SALAZAR on November 23, 2012 at 13:33

Hi Centre for Sustainable Fashion,  If you are interested in sourcing crafts or specific information about materials directly from the artisans producing them , please keep in touch with us, Handicrafts from Colombia will be present in the only specialized Craft Fair in Latin America from 6th Dec to 19th Dec 2012 in Corferias, Bogota. We are aiming to  give  consultancy to artisan communities in ethical design and facilitating a marketing platform for them  to promote products in the UK and connecting Colombian Artisans with buyers. https://www.facebook.com/events/344313758999331/.

Alternatively drop me an email

angelicasalaza@gmail.com 

https://www.facebook.com/ColombianCrafts

Thank you! Angelica

Comment by Athena Bentila - MuMu organic on April 1, 2012 at 7:45
Comment by N.J.Bond on December 5, 2011 at 13:51

On organic cotton natural pigment dyes extracted from fresh plant and no timber sources  available as forest waste and the tribal workers in deep jungle  are  creative used by us to ethnic way  produce 5 color Bio Sheath and Garments made on that fabric is now called Health rich garments . These 5 ethnic colors  form a bio shield to  5 micro cosomes in human body as identified by our live scientists some 2000 years ago . Now research held on this and probiotics is manufactures used in food to resist diseases . Low cost tribal textile medicine is  creatively adapted and science and faith blend is now brought  in Bio Sheaths . 

 

Here are the 5 ethnic Indian  traditional colors . Based on this  we have developed some 108 colors in organic cotton .

Comment by Hayley on November 4, 2011 at 15:27
Experienced report writer and analyst looking to write annual and/or CSR/Sustainability reports FREE OF CHARGE - contact me asap!
Comment by Ethical Fashion Forum on October 5, 2011 at 12:29
We would like to offer your students the opportunity to visit the Ethical Fashion Forum's SOURCE Expo for a greatly reduced rate.
The EFF SOURCE Expo: 17th-18th October, Sadler's Wells, London, EC1R 4TN.
The SOURCE Expo showcases inspirational suppliers and manufacturers from all over the world, working to fair trade, ethical and organic standards, linking them directly with hundreds of designers, retailers and brands. Now in its third season, the event includes a programme of seminars, introducing new products and exemplary supply and production systems, a Designer Pavilion showcasing some of the most inspirational design led fashion from around the world, a trends area and more.
We at the EFF are keen to involve students in the development of the sustainable fashion industry. For this reason we are offering a wonderful opportunity to visit the SOURCE Expo at a greatly reduced rate. We can offer a Student Package of 10 student tickets for only £50. (Usual price is £15 per student). With each student package purchased  we will admit one tutor free of charge. In return we ask only that you promote this offer throughout your student network.
So if your students can get into groups of 10 and purchase their tickets together this would be a wonderful chance to expand their knowledge of the sustainable fashion industry. 
Please Note: these tickets are only valid for Monday 17th October, and do not include access to seminars, tickets for which must be purchased separately. 
For more information on the SOURCE Expo please visit our website: http://www.ethicalfashionforum.com/source-expo-2011
To purchase the Student Package please visit this page: http://www.ethicalfashionforum.com/expo-group-discount

This offer is part of our soon to launch a University and College partnership programme, aiming to provide students with affordable access to the SOURCE Platform, including the SOURCE Intelligence: the world's leading source of sustainable fashion business intelligence, and the SOURCE Database: the world's most comprehensive ethical sourcing and business database for the fashion sector. If you feel your students would benefit from this please drop by the SOURCE Membership Lounge at the Expo to discuss the options further.

Many Thanks, look forward to seeing you at the Expo!
Lily Markham
Source Expo Visitor Liaison
Ethical Fashion Forum
Comment by Maiya on September 22, 2011 at 22:37

Hi,

We launch our new UK based ethical fashion womenswear label Maiya with our debut collection for Spring/Summer 2012.

www.maiyafashion.co.uk

 

Best wishes,

Helen

Comment by shailini sheth amin on February 25, 2011 at 21:23

'MORALFIBRE - We are very pleased to let you know that recently we received a funding from the Indian Govt. Textiles for ‘Integrated Skill Development Programme’ for skill upgradation of 5000 artisans in hand spinning, weaving and processing in Gujarat, India.  This is a 5 years programme and we are of course, very excited about it.  This will give us an opportunity to develop even superior fabrics and contribute to increasing earning power of the artisans. 

 

'MORALFIBRE frees the environment from pollution and depletion and frees people from poverty.'

 

For our large range of  'Almost Carbon Neutral' fabrics, furnishings and feel well fashions please contact us.  We have cottons, silks and wool.  We are looking for buyers and agents worldwide.  please contact us on moralfibre77@gmail.com, www.moralfibre-fabrics.com
Comment by Geraldine Fourmon on January 20, 2011 at 16:58

Hi Everyone,

Want to help to launch a new sustainable fashion start-up?

We are looking for an intern to join, get in touch!

 

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