We all know Wintour’s sentiment for Spring is that florals are definitely not ground breaking however pushing the positive fashion agenda may just be. Last week’s London Fashion Week was led by the rippling effects of the Institute of Positive Fashion, a platform created by the British Fashion Council. Head over to Fashion Roundtable for my analysis and low down on sustainability pioneers including Richard Quinn, Roland Mouret, Vin & Omi, Bethany Williams & Zilver. Wearing your values has never been so on trend for S/S20.
Whether your political heart bleeds blue, red, yellow, green, dare I say it purple or whatever colour would represent the Brexit Party – sustainability is an issue that cuts across party lines. In ‘Ode to Boris: Will Brexit really matter if Europe and the world are burning?’ I have detailed what the Downing Street developments and Crowning of Johnson, with a very right reshuffle of the cabinet formed with the sole objective to deliver Brexit by October 31st , mean for the sustainability and environmental agenda.
Take a look at my analysis as the UK Government fails to adopt recommendations of the Environmental Audit Committees’s Fixing Fashion Report.
S & S News: The Week in Highlights shares a collection of current articles, reports and stories that are newsworthy in the realm of sustainability, social responsibility and beyond. Feature promise: Absolutely no fake news.
A glimpse inside the Victoria & Albert Museum’s Fashioned From Nature exhibition. Constructed with the intention to spark debates and discussion surrounding the symbiotic relationship of fashion and nature since 1600, it poses two seminal questions to its audience. Firstly, how can we design a more sustainable fashion industry? And subsequently, what prized lessons can we learn from the past?