Kerry Bannigan, the founder of Conscious Fashion Campaign and Steve Kenzie, the executive director of UN Compact discussed during Pure London AW20/21 about role of the fashion industry in implementing and achieving these sustainable goals.
For AW20 Wen Pan prepared a broken garden with blossomed models. Ditching the usual catwalk show for a presentation, the designer presented her vision in a room that made you feel like in a botanical garden.
Taking a minimalist approach to life implies that we are going to get rid of things that we don’t actually need. But it’s not just about reducing the number of our possessions, it’s about being able to emotionally detach from objects. This however doesn’t mean you can’t value them or take care of them so … Continue reading Declutter in sync with the environment, not against it
It has been debated in many articles and talks, “Is being a minimalist a privilege?” Most of them concluded that “Yes, it is”. But could minimalist thinking, the privilege that it is, benefit both the poor and the rich? I am writing this sitting at a public table in Westfield (a huge mall in London). … Continue reading The privilege of being a minimalist
This article was written for The Bare Minium Magazine, the 4th print issue. We take, make and dispose. We like everything to be out of the box, quality still being associated with newness. A stain on a shirt means a new shirt, the old one being tossed in the garbage. We keep going in a … Continue reading Circular economy in fashion, the business model we need to see more often- TBM4
The interest in sustainable fashion increases for buyers as well as for brands. In 2018 big names from the fashion industry started to work toward becoming sustainable, but this doesn’t make us sustainable buyers. I believe in a sustainable lifestyle. I am also a hypocrite for saying that after buying a pair of lavender pants … Continue reading Brands started to care about sustainability. This doesn’t mean you do too