Check out this weeks Eco Fashion Designer Overview on Belgian men's wear designer Jan-Jan Van Essche. Not an eco designer in the full sense of the term, but never the less a wonderful exploration into heritage dressing that doesn't follow the seasonal norm and focuses on personal style, not trends. http://www.ecofashiontalk.com/2012/10/jan-jan-van-essche/…Continue
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Take a look at our most recent blogs on International Day of the Child, Leah Borromeo's upcoming film Dirty White Gold, 20 Ethical Ways to Keep Warm and our Meat Free Monday post HERE.Follow us as we question the ways in which we live and contribute to the global…Continue
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Ethical outerwear can be the most difficult find especially at an affordable price. Whilst the cheapest way to keep warm ethically is to shop at local thrift and charity shops often you want a new coat that will stand the test of time.
For 20 of the best outerwear and knit pieces this winter check out The Conscience Collective …Continue
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FABRIC LOVE| Don't you love waking up in the morning to a whole new set of sumptuous samples?! Lime green peace silk? Eeee!
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I am currently in my fourth (and final!) year at Bournemouth University, studying Events Management.
As part of my degree I am undertaking research into how effectively events can promote ethical fashion to the next generation.
For example, when promoting ethical fashion at LFW or Clothes Show Live - is this message going to be absorbed and endorsed by atendees? Or are general consumers there with a 'fast fashion', 'new season' buying mentality not going to…
The Cotton Film : Dirty White Gold
Nearly 300,000 Indian farmers have committed suicide since 1995. The Cotton Film : Dirty White Gold is a documentary, being made by journalist and mischief maker Leah Borromeo, about fashion and its real victims. By tracing the life of cotton, from seed to shop, via farms, factories, and fashion mags, this film asks: When you bag a bargain, who…
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World’s first Global Organic Cotton Campaign launches at Hong Kong Textiles Conference
Major players in the international textiles industry were challenged yesterday to sign up to organic – the most reliable and trustworthy standard of sustainable textiles production.
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SPARK is a creative collaboration between the design group Slaves Of The Extraordinary and Mayamiko Trust. Featuring up and coming musicians, djs, performance, dance, film, design and an exhibition.…
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What is the future of fashion? How will fashion producers incorporate new standards of sustainability within their production? Is sustainable fashion luxurious? How will industry evolve to meet the demands of increasingly informed consumers in a socially, economically and environmentally conscious climate?…
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MuMu organic showcased it's SS13 collection during the Ecoluxe London showroom this September.
Below you can find a few articles focusing on MuMu organic and the work we do. Please read these articles and forward them to the ones interested.…Continue
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