We have launched our own ethical and sustainable magazine in October this year. We wondered if we could write for your blog or if someone from the Centre would like to write some contributions for us.
Thank you for providing such a rich source of information about sustainable fashion. Please check out our blog about sustainability issues in the textiles and clothing sectors of Montreal and Canada.
Im a student at CSM in the criticism, curation and communication BA. We are working on our degree show, its going to be a series of critical discussions on the effect the current economic crisis has on the arts. My discussio nwill be on Ethical Fashion on the 23rd of June, from 2-4. We plan to discuss the fate of ethical fashion, and its ability to enhance the economy, and the problem of over-consumption in general. If anyone is interested from this program to come join our discussion, or would like to read the full brief, please email me at Jlee8279@aol.com. thank you, Jaime
Katha is the destination of choice for authentic, organic fashions for women. From farm to factory, we are committed to offering our customers environmentally and socially responsible products that never compromise style or quality. We work with certified organic and sustainable fibers and manufacture with a focus on “human first” working conditions. Our company promotes the highest organic standards at all times and as a result, our products are better for the environment and the lives they touch.
We are committed to offer our customer’s earth wise and style conscious products that not only look great, but are environment friendly and socially responsible.
We love nothing more than surrounding, ourselves with fashionable products that not only look great, but have amazing benefits for us, our families and the environment.
We love the way folks at eco fashion world have attempted to simplify the lingo with an easy to understand glossary of terms from A to Z. We will start you at ‘O’ for organic but encourage you to explore and expand your knowledge.
Luckily for us, since organic and sustainable goods are our business, we have a bit of an advantage when it comes to sorting out what’s truly authentic and credible in the market. For the rest of the world this can be a tricky road to navigate, especially with so many companies jumping on the “green wagon” and misrepresenting the authenticity of their goods. We are at the forefront of organic certification adhering to GOTS (GLOBLE ORGANIC TEXTILE STANDARDS) which is recognized as the platinum standard for certifying organic textile product throughout their development from farm to finished product ensuring authenticity. We have dedicated team for Eco friendly Designer Organic cotton handbags and other products with SKAL/GOTS certifications for organic cotton fabric and TYIRA for naturally Eco friendly dye stuff. To ensure authentication of organic cotton, we work right from cotton farming and we control and coordinate all fabric production activities. We also promote the use of organic cotton bags on some corporate organizations.
Our commitment to our customer is to maintain the organic integrity of our product base upon the principles of our company.
I am a student journalist at City University. I’m currently working on my dissertation which focuses on sustainable fashion. I was wondering if there’s a way in which I can contact any MA Fashion and the Environment students for their views on the issues revolving around fashion and sustainability? Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Any feedback will be greatly appreciated.
Thank you for providing such a great source of information about sustainable fashion.
This is a great idea. With the strong focus on sustainability throughout the world it only makes sense that the fashion industry get on board. It would be interesting to see how famous designers or brands such as Ralph Lauren or Diesel par up with sustainability standards. Everyone should be accountable to contribute into sustainable business, including the fashion industry.