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Jacinta FitzGerald reflects on fashion’s most unforeseeable year and ponders, what’s next for sustainability? Featured in Fashion Quarterly Spring / Summer 20/21.
What does the circular economy mean for fashion? It's gaining traction across the industry from textiles to brands, and new business models are showing proven success.
With one garbage truck of textile waste landfilled or incinerated every second, fashion needs to sharpen up its act.
From buying less and better, to caring and sharing your clothes, we look at some ways to incorporate sustainability into your choices as a consumer.
Living wages in the apparel industry are falling well short according to the latest Oxfam report.
Showcasing fashion design and artisan skills from across the commonwealth
From technology to innovative waste ideas, these 6 TED talks are inspiring and informative and show a way forward for the fashion industry
Award winning documentary RIVER BLUE - fashions environmental impact
A dynamic look at the lives of garment workers in Bangladesh, Cambodia and India which gives real insight into what life is like on a daily basis.
Emma Watson guest edits the March edition of Vogue Australia, with a focus on sustainability and equality.
Elvis and Kresse are early adopters of circular thinking, creating luxury bags and accessories out of decommissioned firehoses and waste leather.
Pulling in big names from Stella McCartney to Livia Firth and Katherine Hamnett, this issue encourages a more environmentally-friendly fashion industry
Calling all emerging designers - the ReDress Design Awards are going global and looking for innovative ideas to cut waste out of fashion.
Retailers and brands are looking to the new generation of emerging designers to inject creativity and unique appeal into their retail offerings.
The UK's Environmental Audit Committee report looks into the social and environmental impact of fashion and its a wake up call for the industry around the globe.
Indosole is a footwear brand that saw an opportunity for value in the piles of discarded tyres mounting up in Indonesia.