Like-minded people | Diversity In Fashion


Like-minded people | Diversity  In Fashion

This group is for anyone interested in ethical fashion for all. It particularly seeks the inclusion of "plus-size" and "disabled" in the development of ethical fashion, both areas of the fashion industry that are sadly neglected.

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Latest Activity: May 30, 2015

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Breaking Down the Barriers in the Fashion Industry

Started by Deirdre Woods. Last reply by Winston Hoyte Sep 27, 2014. 1 Reply

As someone who lives a green lifestyle and who happens to be "plus size and disabled" I am extremely frustrated with the ethical fashion industry. Bottom line it is NOT ACCESSIBLE. Apart from high…Continue

Plus sizes - does it not fit within ethical fashion?

Started by Ngaire Takano. Last reply by Ngaire Takano Jun 20, 2011. 2 Replies

I have been frustrated personally over the years in sourcing ethical fashion for even sized 16's and 18's.  One can only survive on a limited amount of fairly traded t-shirts from M&S (though…Continue

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Comment by Winston Hoyte on May 30, 2015 at 19:34

Hi guys, I'd just like to make you all aware of my long-awaited Kickstarter campaign which started yesterday (29th May).

It's a 30 day campaign and I'm trying to raise £4,500 to officially launch my Equality & Diversity organic apparel brand properly. So if you support E&D, use the #ED in connecting with me via social media




Also check out my 60 second promo animation on YouTube - I have great rewards which are greater in value than the base pledge!

Many thanks in advance,


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Comment by Carol Ryder on March 15, 2011 at 22:28

As a fashion illustrator, I was asked last year to produce an image to promote a company that sells plus-size fashion.

Researching a little into what constitutes "plus-size" fashion, I was horrified to discover that "plus-size" models these days are a SIZE 12 and above!!


Comment by kiran lee on August 9, 2010 at 23:04
Great topic to bring up! It's a discussion that seems very left out of the bigger fashion conversation, even though recently there has been a small trend to publicize larger size models.

I recently read a great article on the benefits of giving and receiving clothing for premature babies and their parents. Clothing for the premature babies actually helped the parents as well as the staff to bond more with babies that are rather isolated inside of a glass box. It was a great article but pointed out the power of how clothing can help people 'feel' better about themselves and others.

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