Ever wanted to know just how ethical your favourite fashion brand is? Check out MeasureUp, the online benchmarking tool for the high street.
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Por Miguel Angel Gardetti*
Hay más en los textiles y la moda que solo pasarelas, alfombras rojas y
bombardeo de luces. Los textiles y la moda también abarcan la utilización de contaminantes,
miserables condiciones de trabajo, y productos de mala calidad.
Cuando un edificio de una fábrica se derrumbó recientemente en Bangladesh matando a cientos de trabajadores, no era la primera…Continue
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Look in your wardrobe – surely you can cut some clothes up and remix them, rather than buying the next new thing! Create something totally unique from your pre-loved clothes. Save landfill, give money to charities, by buying non worn out fabrics from their shops.
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Shamanic Nights patchwork jacket in rich peacock blues, as example of slow fashion by www.ameliajanedesigns.co.uk. Variety of recycled skirt fabrics made this jacket, blue and teal blue with amber velvet print for highlight…Continue
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Eternal Creation's beautiful range of fair trade fashion is lovingly crafted and ethically produced at the Fair Trade certified Himalaya Tailoring Centre. It is located in Dharamsala in the foothills of the Indian Himalayas, which is the political and spiritual capital for Tibetan refugees, and…Continue
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Modahnik partnered up with MamAfrica, a not-for-profit organization based in Bukavu, Democratic Republic of Congo that exists to provide healing arts programs, education and economic opportunity for my countrywomen.
Using repurposed fabric from previous Modahnik collections,…Continue
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(Oliver Tolentino Accepting the SUSTAINABLE ECO FASHION AWARD in the Bahamas)
Elephantasia, an eco-fashion show benefiting African elephants,…Continue
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The Gabby Wild Foundation, Inc, in conjunction with the Wildlife Conservation Society, will be hosting the largest ECO fashion show to-date on May 30th at the Central Park Zoo in Manhattan...and you're invited!…Continue
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DESIGN WORTHY COMPETITION
Calling all emerging and established designers - get your own designs produced by Quazi Design artisans in Swaziland, Southern Africa and receive £ 100 cash plus other benefits!
Quazi Design is looking for 3 designers to create the top layer print designs on…
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Introducing rêve en vert, the new sustainable high fashion boutique
Brainchild of former Stella McCartney press officer, Cora Hilts, 26, and Natasha Tucker, a 28 year-old with a background in…
Mirrogram is the world's first reflective fashion line, where every design reflects in the mirror to make a statement and cause people to quite literally "Stop and Reflect"
Here are some examples…Continue
Stop the slaughter and fight with FASHION with The Gabby Wild Founation, Inc!
The Gabby Wild Foundation 501(c)(3) is a…Continue
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"LOVE, SHARE AND WIN" - Abury launches their Ecuador Collection
Today marks the launch of Abury's highly anticipated womenswear and menswear knitwear collection, Kuya, handmade in Ecuador by rural artisans. The Kuya Collection, which translates as…
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Fashion ComPassion is being described as a boutique with no boundaries towards their creations. Its irreproachable style comes with the concept of sustainable fashion accessories, and what does that mean. Well, when I said they have no boundaries towards their creations, it meant woman artisans and their communities are being directly involved in the process. It’s a rare and thoughtful gesture what Fashion ComPassion is doing. That is what I'm calling a…Continue
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This kind of fashion is addressed to the modern Muslim woman who are looking to cover from neck to ankle in a different approach.
Deanna Khalil, founder of Abaya Addict , said that this is an opportunity to show…Continue
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Selectablestyle is the new go-to destination for Ethical Fashion First-Timers.Continue
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It's time people stopped and thought about where their clothes came from, and what brand name they are wearing. And one young Australian has done something about it.
Aussie Andrew Lorimer Derham came up with his own clothing line, Mirrogram, to make people stop and reflect about their decision and the branding they are endorsing by wearing certain logos.…Continue
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