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It's time to and create a fashion industry that works better for everyone based on the principles of a circular economy.
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Miik Oct 7
Francesca Brkic from talked strategies for making fashion circular. “We must create a circular fashion industry, because we have a finite number of resources. ”
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Rebecca Ford Oct 1
Super fruitful < > workshop mapping the UK fashion ecosystem, spheres of influence and digging into root causes to inform next phase of our collab on . Insights and ❤️ for these partners = abundant Post-it stock = severely depleted!
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MakeFashionCircular Oct 1
Although individual action is important, "companies need to introduce broad changes, like clothing that's designed to be recycled, reused & redesigned into a circular system where today’s fashion discards are tomorrow’s raw materials."
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Ellen MacArthur Fdn. Oct 1
New circular economy guidelines will see jeans made to last longer, made to be remade, and made in ways that are better for the environment and garment workers.
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MakeFashionCircular Sep 30
Congratulations to Maddie Williams, the 2019 winner, whose final collection reflected on the loss of biodiversity & planetary health. Have you seen it yet? >
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MakeFashionCircular Sep 24
Head to the RSA events page to watch tonight’s panel again -
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MakeFashionCircular Sep 24
‘Are you creating solutions that make your business a little less bad, or designing business models that are really part of creating a fashion industry that works, and is really needed?’ Charlene Collison -
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MakeFashionCircular Sep 24
‘The consumer is a step ahead of the industry...the customer is asking questions of brands and wanting answers.’ -
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MakeFashionCircular Sep 24
‘We as a brand are responsible for everything we make.’ Helen Newcombe, Founder
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MakeFashionCircular Sep 24
‘Designers and creative thinkers are at the heart of not only designing clothes, but also in rethinking business models beyond just selling more’ Elodie - Make Fashion Circular
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MakeFashionCircular Sep 24
We’re at the Student Design Awards launch this evening. ‘Designing the Future of Fashion.’
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MakeFashionCircular Aug 12
Jeans that last longer, that are made in ways that are better for the environment and the health of garment workers, and that can be remade into new jeans when we're finished wearing them.
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Roian Atwood Aug 5
The Ellen MacArthur Foundation's initiative is supporting and over a dozen other brands in the "Jeans Redesign".
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MakeFashionCircular Aug 2
Have you seen our Jeans Redesign launch video yet? The super slow-motion resulted in some great shots! Thank you, , for kindly providing us the jeans!
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MakeFashionCircular Jul 29
It's been almost two weeks since we launched the Jeans Redesign - did you see us in , or ? Projects like these would not have been possible without the support from the players of the !
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MakeFashionCircular Jul 24
In the recent episode of Wardrobe Crisis 's discusses our latest project - the Jeans Redesign - with our Lead,
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Fashion for Good Jul 24
“By working together, we can create jeans that last longer, that can be into new jeans at the end of their use and are made in ways which are better for the and the people that make them” - Francois Souchet via
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MakeFashionCircular Jul 23
We need to look at the big picture. We have to ask that question: “If we continue down the linear path, what is the cost?" | Dame Ellen MacArthur
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MakeFashionCircular Jul 19
"Jeans were an obvious entry point for an endeavour of this kind. The denim sector has made quite a few efforts towards improving its manufacturing process. Our guidelines want to build on that," - from our Lead, via
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