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REPOST ninabotzen @suggamonkey_US carlotabruna @emsladelondon As a global campaign, engages with all stakeholders and changemakers…
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We believe is the first step to transform the fashion industry. And it starts with one simple question: ⁉️ Have you read the 2019 Fashion Transparency Index yet? This year’s report…
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tamsin blanchard May 19
Check out instastories now where I’m answering questions on the latest zine
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FashionRevolution May 18
Be curious. Find out. Do something. This Sunday’s Q+A on our Instagram story focuses on ’s latest zine: Fashion Craft Revolution. Answering your questions is journalist and editor of our zine…
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Stacey Burr May 16
WHO MADE MY CLOTHES? RESPONSE FROM TOAST. Following Fashion Revolution Week , on Friday I had a chat on the phone with a  employee to discuss the questions I had sent through about their approach to sustainability & ethics of their produc…
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Attitude Organic May 17
Action-based solutions, insights and designers-to-watch. Learn more about sustainable fashion with the Tumblr take-over! … RT
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Sustainable Angle May 16
Fashion has been massively unregulated, not paying for externalities it causes. Arizona Muse: materials need to be more high quality w/lower impact. As consumers read the label! Governments need to step in. Create more
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Liz Foggitt May 16
Great to see promoting sustainability with a regular column from . She writes about things like , eating seasonal food, shopping and picking restaurants and cafes to reduce waste: .
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FashionRevolution May 16
"For gen z buying second hand is not about disrupting the fashion industry, it’s just the way it is" - Steve Dool, head of community and partnerships,
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FashionRevolution May 16
"Sustainability is the longest term project with the shortest term outputs." - Ogul Kivanc Arseven, Innovation value manager
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tamsin blanchard May 16
“Whether it’s a 200 or 2 Euro T shirt, the working conditions are NO different,” says Nazma Akter. It’s about purchasing practices, fair price and dignity. Everyone getting profit apart from garment workers. “We need freedom of association and collective bargaining.”
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FashionRevolution May 16
The Indian theatre director and playwright T.M. Abraham once wrote, “The world of art and craft is as valuable as the world of science, philosophy or ethics. Like art, crafts reflect the state of human society…
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FashionRevolution May 16
"We have to be audacious. We have to go outside of our comfort zone. And we have to create coalitions also with other industries" -Marie-Claire Daveu, Chief sustainability officer,
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FashionRevolution May 16
Yesterday at with and 's country coordinator, Nawshin Khair 💚
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tamsin blanchard May 16
We are going to miss the material revolution, we are not acting fast enough and are facing extinction warns what we did with plastic we want to do with al the toxic substances and exploitative business models. Go, Cyrill!
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FashionRevolution May 15
Right now, the panel at is calling on fashion brands to sign the Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action. Read about why is a signatory here:
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FashionRevolution May 15
Dr Martin Frick, senior director for policy and programmers coordination : “Fashion runs on the biggest source of renewable energy there is - human creativity.”
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tamsin blanchard May 15
Anindit Roy Chowdhury of discussing how girls are given continuous cycle of birth control pills so their periods don’t disrupt their working hours in garment factories in India. This industry still shocks me.
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FashionRevolution May 15
"It’s so comfortable being in a bubble. But change only happens when things get uncomfortable." Dr Helen Crowley,
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