fast fashion

Fashion

it's too late for ethical fashion

A sustainability expert explains that progress in the industry is cancelled out by the rate at which the fashion economy is speeding up.
Sara Jane Strickland
9.6.19
Culture

how we became addicted to buying weird stuff on ‘wish’

Tfw you wanna save the world but also like shopping. Like, a lot.
Douglas Greenwood
8.20.19
News

this report is calling on the government to demand more sustainability in the fashion industry

A cross-party Environmental Audit Committee is calling on the government to make fashion retailers take responsibility for the waste they create.
Roisin Lanigan
2.19.19
Fashion

missguided was made for instagram

The aggressive fast-fashion brand might make you look like a celebrity in the virtual world, but it doesn't make you feel like one in reality.
Annie Lord
8.13.18
Fashion

sustainable fashion shouldn’t just be for rich people

Waste is a design flaw and one that those with the least amount of money pay for.
Annie Lord
8.1.18
News

fashion creates more greenhouse pollution than the airline industry

The plastic from our clothes is also causing more damage to the ocean than cosmetics.
Isabelle Hellyer
12.4.17
Think Pieces

aurora james of brother vellies speaks out about fast-fashion knockoffs

When a fast-fashion brand appeared to have copied one of her designs earlier this week, Aurora James, the designer behind sustainable brand Brother Vellies, decided to take a stand.
Aurora James
9.1.16
Fashion

the real cost of fast fashion, from two sustainable fashion experts

Authors Jennifer Farley Gordon and Colleen Hill fill us in on how we’re doing with environmentally friendly fashion and what we can be doing in the future.
Courtney Iseman
10.15.15
News

the government says retailers must prove they don’t use slave labour

The burden is on companies to show they have taken steps to ensure slave and child labour is not being used according to David Cameron.
Charlotte Gush
7.30.15
Film

​who really pays the price for our shopping addiction?

Two years after the Rana Plaza tragedy, director Andrew Morgan explores the devastating price of the fast fashion industry. When it’s generating so much profit, why can it still not support millions of its workers properly?
Sarah Hay
6.5.15
News

41 charged with murder over bangladesh clothing factory collapse

Bangladesh police have charged government and factory officials over the 2013 Rana Plaza disaster, which left more than 1,100 people dead.
Isabelle Hellyer
6.2.15