In episode 3, Kestrel had the honor of speaking with world renowned river conservationist Mark Angelo and producer Roger Williams. They talk water, denim manufacturing and their upcoming documentary RiverBlue.
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In episode 2, Kestrel speaks with Amy DuFault about storytelling, and how being a conscious consumer is a journey that starts – as “cliche as it is” – with you.
“Fast fashion is now a large, sophisticated business fed by a fragmented and relatively low-tech production system. This system has outsize environmental effects: making clothes typically requires using a lot of water and chemicals and emitting significant amounts of greenhouse gases. “
With copying, I can understand how it spreads the style or trend throughout different levels of society and price point. But what are the standards when it comes to copying? And as a designer and brand should you accept it?
For the most part, women sizes 0 to 14 can shop in one kind of store, those sizes 14 to 28 in another, and those over a size 28 are just shit out of luck.
Our synthetic clothes are quietly polluting the oceans – http://qz.com/793760/synthetic-clothes-are-polluting-oceans/