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Eco-Fashion: Runways & Awards

Originally written & published for Luxiders Magazine, Berlin. Read here. In the midst of Spring/Summer 2020 fashion weeks, we take a moment to look at the other end of the spectrum, at eco-fashion runways. With countless new luxury collections showcased during the two most important times of the fashion calendar (FW/SS), it’s important to slow down and consider alternatives that are not only good for business, but … Continue reading Eco-Fashion: Runways & Awards

Round-Up: 8 Sustainable Fashion Textiles

Originally written for & published on Luxiders Magazine, Berlin – read here. Insects, fruits, wine, cow dung, coffee and DNA – sounds like a pretty odd list of things, doesn’t it? You’d be surprised to find that all of the natural resources mentioned here have something in common! They are all potential solutions for a more sustainable & circular fashion industry, and a better tomorrow.  … Continue reading Round-Up: 8 Sustainable Fashion Textiles

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Sustainable Shopping: Keeping It Circular

Originally written for & published on Luxiders Magazine, Berlin – read here The traditional fashion industry follows a very linear value chain, where leftover fabric scraps at the manufacturing stage and clothes that we purchase at a retail stage are discarded, and that is why the term ‘circular economy’ has become widespread across the sector. So what is it and why is it the new … Continue reading Sustainable Shopping: Keeping It Circular

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The Problem With Progression

— Overproduction & overconsumption. We are all consumers. We are constantly consuming. With the rapid spike in digitisation and high smartphone penetration levels across countries around the world, we consume exponential amounts of information on a daily basis. With globalisation at its peak and vast product offerings, we’re faced with the dilemma of choice. We have too many choices and hence consume too much of everything, … Continue reading The Problem With Progression