Ethical Fashion Expert Amisha Ghadiali shares her 12 Rules to a sustainable wardrobe.
Because most of us don’t have a clue how to think about making our wardrobes sustainable, Amisha Ghadiali has been thinking carefully about what she buys and wears for the past two years. During that time, she shared everything she bought on her blog and in 2010; she came up with the 12 Rules To Dress By check-list.
Meet Amisha and discover the process as she introduces her 12 Rules To Dress By in this video
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Ethical Fashion 101 with 12 easy steps on an innovative and comprehensive poster.
The responsibility to change fashion is shared between the fashion industry, governments and us. What we buy or demand makes an enormous difference to what is made. There is a whole vocabulary building up around ethical fashion, with phrases such as Pre-Loved, Up-Cycled, Organic and Fair-trade and Amisha believes it is important that we all start to understand what these mean as this is the future of fashion.
She teamed up with Visual Communication Designer Joana Casaca Lemos to develop a poster and checklist that would make it impossible for you not to think about what you buy and what you wear.
The eye-catchy poster is available in different languages (English, French, German, Gujarati, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish and Turkish) and can be downloaded on her website. Thanks to Amisha, it is now possible for consumers around the globe to use this helpful tool to make inform decisions and keep track of their wardrobe.
About Amisha Ghadiali
Founder of the jewellery label Amisha \\ Elegance Rebellion and of Radical Think Tank “ThinkActVote (?!X)”, Amisha has also worked as Associate Director of the Ethical Fashion Forum and as Vice-Chair of the Yes-to-a-Fairer-Vote Campaign. She recently published her first book, The Future We Choose, bringing together ideas and artwork from over two hundred contributors to inspire a brighter future.
Work with Amisha
You can follow amisha on twitter @amishaghadiali and find out more about her work or working with her through her website www.amisha.co.uk .
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