What an amazing few weeks are behind me. I was able to share the sustainable fashion message at three different opportunities, the Great Glenorchy Getaway hosted by Camp Glenorchy (which I incidentally recently wrote an article about) and at the One Summit Festival of Sustainability held in Queenstown and Wanaka. The highlight was co-hosting the One Summit … Continue reading Small changes create ripples…
Tag: fashion revolution
Viva la Revolution
Get involved this week for Fashion Revolution Week (24-29 April). What is it? Why bother? How do I do it? Answers to those questions below, plus links to resources and quick clicks to lend your voice in the socialsphere. There are loads of ways that you can be part of the revolution to change the … Continue reading Viva la Revolution
Spreading the word
A little while ago, Tearfund, a New Zealand-based human rights charity released a report rating companies in New Zealand on their ethical credentials. They did so in partnership with Baptist World Aid Australia which launched the Ethical Fashion Guide a few years ago. I got in touch with Tearfund to ask about how I might … Continue reading Spreading the word
What did they say?
Fashion Revolution week ends, but the cause doesn't. Never stop questioning who made your clothes. During Fash Rev Week, as they call it, I asked Ice breaker, a New Zealand outdoor active wear brand that specialises in Merino wool, and Everlane, a US-based online fashion retailer with strong transparency principles, about their ethics. I approached Everlane because … Continue reading What did they say?
Be curious, be revolutionary
Fashion revolution week starts today. What is it? Fashion Revolution Week and the #whomademyclothes hashtag campaign runs in April around the same time as the Rana Plaza factory collapse happened in 2013. The event is more than commemorative, it is designed to raise awareness about who makes our clothes, calling on us - consumers - to ask for … Continue reading Be curious, be revolutionary
Flash alert – ethical guide released
Baptist World Aid Australia have released their 2017 guide to how well - or poor - fashion brands in Australia and New Zealand are shaping up when it comes to ethical suppliers. Click here to view it. This guide is excellent and is setting the standard in ethical fashion rating for this region. While some … Continue reading Flash alert – ethical guide released