Last week we celebrated wool week. We celebrate wool as a natural sustainable fibre used by man kind since the stone age. As technologies and alternative materials developed in the fashion industry wool has become reduced in clothing production to account for as little as 1% of the market share of fibres in 2016. Results […]
The UK government has said it wants all pupils back at school in the autumn, but there is uncertainty as to what children will be permitted to wear. Blazers and ties, which can’t be washed every day, may be banned to reduce the spread of Covid-19 and an affordable uniform bill currently going through Parliament […]
Brands Are Today’s Colonial Masters – remake.world – Ayesha Barenblat and Aditi Mayer · May 27, 2020
The Guardian: Racism is at the heart of fast-fashion – it’s time for change.
Take-back systems offer a solution to the problem of waste in fast fashion. The fast fashion industry presents itself as problematic from an environmental perspective as a result of its excessive waste. As it stands, an estimated 70% of clothing is left untouched. The reasoning for this is suggested to be through fast fashion’s removal […]
Changes in Fast Fashion:Sustainable fashion is a growing phenomenon that holds the ambition to provide clothing that is kinder to the environment. Fast fashion industries for the past two decades have been producing catwalk fashion quickly, cheaply, and unfortunately with significant environmental effects.Fortunately, this changing, as fast fashion brands are recognizing the demand for sustainable […]
The term Fast Fashion was first used by the New York Times in the 1990s describing the industry’s key advocator Zara’s ambitions to get clothing from the design stage to stores within 15 days. At first glance, this appears as a movement that inspires innovation and a great opportunity for fashion. Unfortunately, this isn’t the […]
What is sustainable fashion, how is the fashion industry responding to increased demand for environmental consideration, and how can the individual make a difference.