Sustainable Fashion Resources
I want to share with you a few of my favourite Sustainable Fashion Resources, these organisations and people are tackling issues facing the industry, providing great and trustworthy content and helping people become better informed. These resources are from an educational point of view so I thought it was better to provide all the links, and if your interested to dive in, these are a great place to start. I recommend at least following the Instagram accounts.
1. Fashion Roundtable
"A leading think tank for the fashion industry, improving people’s lives by influencing policy and outcomes. We collaborate with Government and Parliament, through our All-Party Parliamentary Groups (APPGs), and across the public, private and third sectors to develop our policy ideas and strategies."
They have a new podcast and I listened to the first episode last week with Tamara Cancik and Kate Hills, the women behind Make it British that will also be appearing in this list and I highly recommend, it was one of those episodes that really gets you thinking.
2. Ellen MacArthur Foundation
"We work with business, government & academia to build a framework for a #circulareconomy that is regenerative by design."
Arguably at the forefront of transforming fashion towards a circular economy, its a great resource for keeping up with innovation, learning what the problems really are and how we can resolve them.
3. Make It British
"A one-woman mission to save UK manufacturing"
Make it British is all about manufacturing in the UK and not just Sustainable Fashion however they are so interlinked that even just by listening to the Podcast you'll learn so much about how we can Manufacture in the UK more sustainably, what British companies are at the forefront of Sustainable Fashion and why British made products are better for our economy.
4. Fashion For Good
"Global innovation platform and the worlds first museum for sustainable fashion innovation."
They recently launched a Full Circles Textile Project that will investigate the commercial viability of chemical recycling so definitely something to keep updated on.