Resource | Center for Responsible Design


Resource | Center for Responsible Design

A knowledge center at the Danish fashion academy, BEC Design, that mediate knowlegde regarding sustainable design, innovation and CSR in the line of fashion and life style.

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Started by SHAILINI SHETH AMIN May 5, 2013. 0 Replies

IF YOU CAN DO ONE see!If this makes you think, pl share your thoughts....Continue

Survey on consumer behaviour towards eco-luxury T-shirts

Started by Lavanya Feb 14, 2010. 0 Replies

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…Continue

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Comment by Maiya on September 22, 2011 at 22:38


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


Best wishes,


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

'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,
Comment by Katie Ledger on September 13, 2010 at 8:47
Hi all

I am undertaking a project entitled Shed Me Clothes, which is based on biomimetics (using nature for inspiration for design problems). I am in the process of developed a textile that can shed like a snake to eliminate the need to launder garments. The use phase of a garment is the most energy intensive, therefore eliminating the laundering phase energy will be saved. (Please see

I am in the process of exploring what features determin how frequently a garment is laundered and what features ensure garments are never laundered. Please fill in my survey to help me find out:

From this research I hope to design a series of garments that are designed not to be laundered and to be made in the Shed Me Clothes textile.

Thanking you,

Comment by Jill Homiak on February 20, 2010 at 18:16
Hi Everyone,

I'm looking for eco-friendly fabrics that are manufactured in the US, perhaps those that are manufactured with a closed loop,made out of domestic raw

Some of the fabrics that I'd be interested in included:

Peace Silk (I know it's mainly produced in India.)
Wool (Found Vermont Organic Fiber Company, but would consider others.)
Bamboo blend, Chitosan, Modal blend or Lenpur (for suiting tops)

Most of the tops will be woven, not knit. If you can suggest other fabrics
based on drape, that would be helpful too. Some of these fabrics I've
chosen based on properties other than drape. Therefore, I'm not
certain that they will be the best for what I need.

I'm looking for fabrics for all seasons right now since I'm looking to use the cost of these fabrics to do financial projections for my
line. If you work for a textile wholesaler, I'd love swatches if you can send some you think would be helpful.

Thank you all in advance!

Comment by Janine Johnston on January 26, 2010 at 6:20
Hello All, I have some good news: the Eco Design Initiative 2010 is under way. You can visit for more information. Please pass on the details to your networks. Your feedback and support is much appreciated. Best, Janine

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