In case you missed the tumblr discussion on net neutrality.
It’s important that we are having this conversation with one another. Please share and circulate. This is an amazing episode and it goes into the world of donated clothing and where it actually ends up and who is making a profit out of it.
In episode 5, Kestrel speaks with Elizabeth Cline, author of Overdressed: The Shockingly High Cost of Cheap Fashion in a conversation about textile waste in the fashion industry and how it’s piling up around the world.
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.
This article is a great run down on how copying in fashion works. I didn’t know that you couldn’t copyright clothing due to it being functional and preventing the wearer being nude.
Very interesting side of the industry and it’s also interesting that it’s thriving and helping the economy.
I am transferring to the Savannah College of Art & Design this fall to study Fashion Design with an emphasis in sustainable design.
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