The world is finite, and so are the resources in it. What we wear is every bit as important as what we eat when it comes to environmental sustainability. If we're serious about preserving our world, we're going to have to shift our current linear fast-fashion paradigm to a slower more circular one that doesn't pollute the planet, writes Kaya Dorey for IPS.
How About a Fashion Paradigm That Doesn't Pollute?
IPS, 29 March 2018
Fashion is meant to be trendy. It's fast-paced: in one season, out the next. If you want to keep up, you had better update your wardrobe - that top you bought last summer is… Read more »
From Big Screen to Big Impact, Five Celebrities Running Businesses That Give Back
Thomson Reuters Foundation, 26 December 2017
Popularity and awareness of social enterprises - businesses that trade to address social problems - has flourished in recent years. From A-list actors to celebrity chefs, here are… Read more »
South Africa's David Tlale (file photo).
Africa Fashion Week Nigeria (file photo).
Walking the runway at the 2012 Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Africa.
"It is not footwear we are producing - it's a kind of art," explains Bethlehem Tilahun Alemu, who founded soleRebels in 2005. Read more »
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