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EU_Eurostat Apr 22
Where do our clothes come from❓👕 Mainly from 🇨🇳 China (32% of total extra-EU clothes imports), followed by 🇧🇩 Bangladesh (19%) and 🇹🇷 Turkey (12%) 👗 ➡️ For more information:
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The Social Studio Apr 27
‘I’m now studying CERT 3 in clothing production at The Social Studio, and it was a very happy and proud moment when they offered me a paid internship in their manufacturing studio last year.’ Koemhuoy Kortholt, Collingwood via Cambodia
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Love Your Clothes Apr 25
Help save the planet one wash at a time. 🌍❤️🌲💧 Washing at 30 will help care for your clothes and make them last longer! Dial it down and start reducing your carbon footprint now... More hints ans tips here:
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Fashion for Good Apr 26
A huge thank you to all those that participated in our with , Global Fashion Exchange and last night! Over 350 items found new homes
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NEW DRESS CODE Apr 25
Whether you’re already a conscious shopper, work in the fashion industry, or simply want to glean more perspective on the choices you make as a consumer, here are five ways to get involved with .
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Constance Eyre Apr 25
Welcome to ! Who's here to talk tonight for ? Tell us a little bit about yourself! I'm Constance, mum of a 2 year old, sometime knitter, sewer and lover of artsy things! (Don't forget the hashtag in your tweets & replies!)
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Native Events Apr 25
The Sustainable Fashion Show has just sold out! See you all on Saturday
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G H Hurt & Son Apr 28
All week has supported Sam checks every shawl one last time before packaging them into our gift boxes We've been in the same building since 1912
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Prickly Thistle Apr 25
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🍕 アオヤマレマン🍕 Apr 27
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Dip & Doze Apr 28
No child labour, safe working conditions, fair living wage, no discrimination, farmer back in control, healthcare, clean water and education! Just a few things that offer, choose to purchase ethically ❤️🌱 >
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C&A Foundation Apr 26
Inspiring words from the great , Founder and Creative Director of . We agree with you and we are convinced that this transformation within the fashion industry is possible. 🙏​ ​
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YOU underwear Apr 25
It’s wrong when your coffee costs more than your t-shirt – we need a more sustainable industry that’s better for people and the planet. Fashion Revolution is absolutely critical in helping the fashion industry become more sustainable.
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Heidi Härkönen Apr 25
How ironic to see this kind of ads during the . When a dress that costs as little as EUR 4,99 there is no way in hell that the person sewing it got a fair wage.
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GWAND Sustainable Fashion Festival Apr 28
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KNOWN SUPPLY Apr 10
April has become one of the most important times of the year for the movement surrounding ethical & sustainable fashion. . Between and there are an increasing number of initiatives to get involved in to help spread the wo…
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The Textile Review Apr 27
Transparency is the word. It's a big step but still just one step towards sustainable ethics in fashion.
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London College of Fashion Apr 25
"The whole premise of this consumption and getting rid of things has to change, and business models have to respond to that." Sarah Needham, from via
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McNair Apr 28
As comes to a close, we are 100% behind more transparency in the fashion industry. With our shirts there’s no hidden chain. Every one is stitched with love here at the mill in and have a name written inside. Who made yours? ⠀
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Anita May 2
Check my article summarizing our amazing gathering from last Friday, where an set of speakers and our community came together to discuss ideas on pursuing Lifestyle while caring for our planet🌏
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