the future of fashion is rubbish
CSM MA student Matthew Needham makes fierce fashion out of environmental waste, fly-tipped rubbish and upcycled luxury fashion deadstock.
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the designers fashioning the future
A new generation of fashion design graduates are challenging the British fashion industry on issues of ethics and sustainability. Sarah Mower meets nine designers who want change and who want it now.
the young designer tackling fashion’s waste problem
A new project by Westminster Menswear MA student Priya Ahluwalia showcases both her graduate collection, and the urgent need for change in the way we manufacture clothes.
hear from the incarcerated peruvian women empowering themselves by knitting clothes
Each garment the women produce for Scandi brand Carcel carries a label with the name of the women who made it. As well as building a sense of self-worth, the job pays well -- to individuals and to the community.
brands celebrate international women's day, but they're still oppressing women workers
As fashion brands cash in on the women’s day hype with feminist slogan T-shirts, ethical label founder Sophie Slater of Birdsong asks who made those clothes, and who is making the money?
stella mccartney proved just how beautiful conscious fashion can be
Leading the way once more, the London-born-and-based creative director deconstructed classic wardrobe staples and highlighted how covetable design can be supportive of a more recyclable, circular economy.
m.i.a. talks exclusively about her first ever merch collection
Following last week’s launch, the rapper, singer-songwriter, record producer, and activist invites us into the world of OHMNI.
in bangladesh, the people who make your clothes are striking for their rights
After the 2013 Rana Plaza factory collapse killed 1,138 people, there has been a focus on building safety, but garment workers striking over Christmas for better wages have been sacked and even arrested. i-D spoke to union leaders and H&M about how the...
can you help the movement to eradicate slavery from fashion?
Ethical fashion pioneer Safia Minney is creating a new campaign and book illuminating both the harsh realities of the fashion supply chain and what we can all do to fix it.
is the fashion revolution actually happening?
Fashion Revolution week calls for a more ethically sound and sustainable fashion system, but is the industry is actually moving in the right direction?
australian retailers are failing their textile workers
General Pants and Factory X scored big fat Fs in this damning report, which claims they risk exploiting workers.
catching up with slow fashion: safia minney's ethical fashion revolution
i-D speak with the People Tree founder as she celebrates 25 years at the forefront of the ethical fashion industry in a new book, Slow Fashion, collecting industry wisdom from Caryn Frankin, Zandra Rhodes, Lily Cole, Livia Firth and many more.
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