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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
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Latest Activity: Aug 16, 2018

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Comment by MUHAMMAD AYYAZ UDDIN on February 14, 2010 at 10:11
I THINK OUR GROUP WILL REVOLUTIONISE THE NEXT FASHION AND WILL BE BIGER AND BIGER IN FUTURE. BECAUSE ETHICAL FASHION IS BASED ON TRUTH AND REALITIES AND IT HAS NO BOUNDARIES.
Comment by Lavanya on February 14, 2010 at 1:26
Hi,I am conducting a survey for my MA project at London College of Fashion to understand the consumer behaviour towards eco-fashion clothing in the premium and luxury segment with a primary focus on eco-luxuryT-shirts. Please go to this link and fill up the survey questionnaire.

http://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?formkey=dF9nd3c2eFZyWEFBclJ...

Please forward this all your friends as well. Your opinions and viewpoints matter alot and it would be of great help to me if you couldcomplete the survey. Thank you once again.
Comment by Ivan Dauriz on January 31, 2010 at 22:07
I am doing a research about the different techniques used by our grandmas to make a garment last longer. I did a Ning Network about it, in order to gather as much tricks as possible (it's called GrandmasTricks) or if you prefer, I created a group on Facebook called Grandma's Tricks (www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=282045049232&ref=nf#/group.php?g...).
If you have some trick you want to share or if you want to learn a bit more about it, just use the link or look for the Ning Network. Thanks!
Comment by Ryan Wayne on January 16, 2010 at 11:56
If you were given the option to create a garment, or have it created for you, what would you do? The sky's the limit. I'm currently doing research into the motivations behind our world of fashion consumption and I have put together a survey to get an idea on how to make something as simple as a t-shirt last longer.

I've wanted to put this survey up on the Forum's site for a while because I know I'll get some decent responses. The survey takes about 10-15 minutes of your time and can be pretty fun. If you have a break from work or school click on the link and please take the survey. Thanks!

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/22QTNZW
Comment by MUHAMMAD AYYAZ UDDIN on January 6, 2010 at 18:04
Hi i have been at Fashioning the future event and when is the next one?
Comment by Charlie Ross on December 2, 2009 at 19:00
Hi Everyone,

I've emailed a few people from this group, but I just thought I'd let you know, I'm currently working for an ethical retailer, who are looking for ethical professionals in all areas, from fashion design to textile design to consultancy to journalists and beyond.

If you're interested in selling work (garments / research papers / old fabrics etc), or you're looking to go freelance then please feel free to email me at:

charlie@offsetwarehouse.com
Comment by Fashions Finest on November 16, 2009 at 17:40
Hi All, If you have any news items or a success stories that you would like to share then send them to deborah@mahoganygroup.com wih a good quality photo and we will publish it for you on the Mahogany Model Directory
Comment by jacqueline on November 2, 2009 at 12:05
BEAUTIFUL FABRIC OFFCUTS TO SELL

Hey all

I have a few metres of some great fabrics left over and am willing to sell them at a 10% discount to what i bought them for - practically getting the shipping free!!

HEMP mixes

1) 54% Hemp / 43% Organic Cotton / 3% Lycra Jersey - 8oz = 6 metres for £72 - i will discount to £64.80

2) 55% Hemp / 45% Organic Cotton Jersey - 5oz = 2 metres for £18.60 - i will discount to £16.74

3) 54% Hemp / 43% Cotton / 3% Lycra Rib Knit - 8oz = 1 metres for £9.85 - i will discount to £8.87

4) 53% Soy / 44% Organic Cotton / 3% Lycra Jersey - 5. 8oz = 3 metres for £32.55 - i will discount to £29.30

BAMBOO mixes

1) 100% Organic Bamboo Jersey = 2 metres for £22.47 - i will discount to £20.22

2) 70% Organic Bamboo / 30% Organic Cotton Jersey = 4 metres for £47.60 - i will discount to £42.84

3) 70% Organic Bamboo / 30% Hemp Jersey = 2 metres for £24.43 - i will discount to £21.99

You can pay through a paypal account if interested or cash if you want to meet and avoid the dodgy postal system at present.

Let me know if you are interested in any of the above or need any more details

thanks!

Jacqueline
Comment by Davinia deCordova on October 22, 2009 at 15:54
Hi all,

I wanted to ask if you would take the time to fill out my consumer survey, on consumer shopping habits for my final year, it will take about 5mins and i'd be grateful for your help! The survey can be found on the link below...

http://FreeOnlineSurveys.com/rendersurvey.asp?sid=5uum82ac4g7lmhs65...

Many Thanks

Davinia xox
Comment by Youth for Fair Trade on October 15, 2009 at 13:43

International Youth for Fair Trade Conference. UPDATE. This event is now FREE with promo code FAIRTRADE (subject to availability). A Whole weekend of Fair Trade and Eco Fashion events at Coventry University 30Oct - 1 Nov BOOK HERE.
 

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