Creating a wasteful world – Baby Clothing

  https://www.facebook.com/ksps/videos/331155800705102/   Readers of eco-feminism would agree that feminist ideas have a place in the sustainability discussion. In our daily lives, most of us probably don't think of the negative environmental effects of gender stereotypes; we nag about the price difference or in my case, being a woman that does¬†not particularly like to colour …

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What would you like the future fashion experience to be – A, B, C or D?

The future isn't set in stone and we can all influence it and make choices that take those baby-steps (because, yes, change can be very slow) towards a better future for all of us. However, it can be very difficult to see what those steps can be. I believe that for a sustainable fashion future, …

What if our clothes were only half-finished?

Thoughts and inspiration can come from anywhere, as when randomly picking up a magazine on the tube because it slid behind you and the seat when you sat down and then absentmindedly starting to read it until something catches your eye. In this case it was an article about the architect Alejandro Aravena's work in the Chilean favelas, making half-houses, or in a sense half-finished houses.

What is really sustainable fashion?

Ethical fashion, eco fashion, ¬†sustainable fashion... I completely understand the confusion when these terms are being used. And I've come across several articles recently that confound sustainable fashion with eco/eco-friendly/environmetally friendly fashion. The latter terms have been less used in recent times as sustainability seems now to apply only to concerns about the environment. As …