Best Ethical Fashion News - Feb 2018

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A roundup of the latest ethical fashion news from February 2018 - including making more sustainable fashion choices, great local ethical designers include Melbourne's Vege Threads, Sinerji Organic Clothing on the Sunshine Coast and emerging ethical labels via online marketplaces such as Well Made Clothes.



Shop less, mend more: making more sustainable fashion choices

The Guardian - 9 Feb 2018

Making more sustainable fashion choicesGreat local ethical designers include Melbourne's Vege Threads, Brisbane's Alice Nightingale, and Sinerji Organic Clothing on the Sunshine Coast. Stay abreast of emerging ethical labels via online marketplaces such as Well Made Clothes or Sustainable Fashion, through actual markets such as Finders ...



Could you win fashion's largest sustainable design competition?

Pebble Magazine (blog)-1 Feb 2018

The Redress Design Award (formerly the EcoChic Design Award) is the world's largest search for sustainable fashion designers, is now open for entries and bigger than ever. With fast fashion getting ever faster, it's a global campaign to find and promote ethical fashion designers who are focusing on ...



This New Brand Donates 90% Of Profits To Charity & The People ...

Refinery29-4 Feb 2018

Ninety Percent, cofounded by Shafiq HassanRecognising how urgently we need to change the way we consume fashion, Ninety Percent, cofounded by Shafiq Hassan and Para Hamilton, is a London-based premium womenswear brand that's trying something new. Bringing together ethics and aesthetics, without compromising on style, Ninety ...



Most Stylish Men at Pitti Uomo supported Ethical Fashion

Be Global Fashion Network-13 Jan 2018

On 10.01.2018 at Salone delle Feste of Hotel The St. Regis Florence was held the International conference Ethical Fashion – The New Fashion Formula, followed by the awards ceremony “303 TUSCANS“ – certificate for ETHICAL FASHION. The event took place during the popular fair Pitti Uomo and gathered all stylish ...



Fast fashion bears student-friendly prices, but we must look for ...

The Student-9 Feb 2018

Fast fashion bears student-friendly pricesAs an alternative to the aforementioned companies, a variety of 'ethical' clothing companies exist, companies such as American Apparel, Reformation, and New Balance. However, these companies come at a much higher commercial price than immoral ones. A pair of jeans from Reformation for example ...



Moral Fibres: Positive Fashion for LFW 2018

Palatinate-8 Feb 2018

Other designers are also pioneering cruelty-free fashion and raising industry standards. Stella McCartney's Ethical Fashion Initiative supports manufacturers throughout Africa and is anti-fur and leather, while Gucci recently announced that they will create completely fur-free collections for 2018. Let's hope ...



Runway to green: Sustainable fashion in India

The Hindu-9 Feb 2018

Runway to green: Sustainable fashion in IndiaWe might be small compared to the global sustainable fashion industry, but we are steadily making headway. In February 2017, India won 'Best Country Award' for its first exhibit at the International Fashion Showcase of London Fashion Week, curated by Gautam Vazirani of IMG Reliance. Early this year ...



303 TUSCANS – certificate for ETHICAL FASHION was given to ...

Be Global Fashion Network-1 Feb 2018

The guests at the ceremony were very stylish and elegant, rivalling to the attendants at many Hollywood fashion events. The awards "303 TUSCANS" were given to people and organizations from the Netherlands, following the principles of ETHICAL FASHION and supporting the Italian supply chain.



A Sustainable Runway: Africa Redesigns the Fashion Industry

The McGill International Review-7 Feb 2018

A Sustainable Runway: Africa Redesigns the Fashion IndustryFounded in 2009 by Simon Cipriani as a flagship programme of the International Trade Center, the Ethical Fashion Initiative connects local designers working in the fashion industry in the developing world with the international fashion industry. Working primarily in Burkina Faso, Cambodia, Ghana, the ...



Wearable waste at the Berlin Fashion Week

Deutsche Welle - 17 Jan 2018

The Berlin Fashion Week is underway. This year, there are fewer major sponsors. And instead of big brands, the trend is toward green fashion and sustainability. Many of the designers are showcasing products made of recycled or biodegradable materials.



Author Bio - Will Manders - Zoonibo FashionAuthor - Will MandersZoonibo Fashion
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