Newsletter 22


 


Sustainability, Inside a London Fashion Studio, & More

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9 Steps To Become A Sustainable Brand

Sustainability in the apparel business is not a trend anymore. The clothing industry is the 3rd most polluting industry after the meat and the oil industry. We can’t go back and undo the harm, but we can make things better now, and in the near future, by deciding. We want to make a change, we want to make as little impact on this planet as possible.  What makes an apparel brand sustainable? Read about these 9 steps to become a sustainable apparel brand.

Read the full article.



Photo: christopherraeburn.co.uk

Step Inside A London Fashion Studio

The British designer Christopher Raeburn has a very inspiring and sustainable brand concept. He reuses military materials in his designs, he uses leftover fabrics to make stuffed animals, and he has partnered up with AirBnB where he has open studio days. People can come in and get a very transparent insight into his business and products.

Check it out here!

 

How to Engage with Ethical Fashion

What do you know about the clothes in your wardrobe? About the clothes that you’re wearing right now? Clara Vuletich works with some of the biggest brands in the world to help them ask the right questions about where the clothes that we wear come from. She presented the TED talk “How to Engage with Ethical Fashion” in Sydney.

Watch and listen to the talk here.



Fast Track Your Business

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Read more about the VIP Day Intensive here.

“If it can’t be reduced, reused, repaired, rebuilt, refurbished, refinished, resold, recycled, or composted, then it should be restricted, redesigned or removed from production.”
-Pete Seeger



The importance Of Tagless Labels

Some people including us, cut off the care labels and labels in garments. By cutting out the care labels you have no idea how to properly care for your garment, and you might wash it in the wrong way, destroying the product.

When opting for tagless labels you make sure your customers can always see how to care for their products in the correct way, increasing the durability and lifespan of the garment.