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.
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?
“These days, it appears that the most well-rounded<br>and successful celebrities must also be fashion designers, leveraging their style and public profiles into brisk sales on the department store floor…The question most often asked about “celeb-designed” lines is, Just how much do those celebrities have to do with what shows up on the shelves of the stores bearing their names? Do they simply license out their names and then sit on the sidelines, or are they in the design studio, comparing swatches and picking out colour palettes?”
“Zara offers 24 new clothing collections each year; H&M offers 12 to 16 and refreshes them weekly…”