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Conversations around unsustainable fashion consumption have become a hot topic over the past few years. With the average garment worn only 10 times before being thrown away, the speed and…
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Whilst sustainability is high on the global agenda for policy makers, business and citizens, the speed and scale of change is far from adequate. This is particularly true in the…
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LHAKA is more than a fashion label. It’s a project prioritising the education and economic development of Argentina’s Indigenous community. Sublime finds out how the displaced Wichí people found sustainable…
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90% of clothing that we buy in Britain is manufactured abroad, often in poor working conditions. Sublime talks to Tom Glover, managing director of Peregrine, a British, family-owned brand since…
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Iceland has utilised green energy for decades, harnessing geothermal power for the nations heating source and generating electricity for the national grid. It will come as no surprise that Iceland…
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For some, the daily commute now consists of moving from room to room. Rather than hinder Serran, it’s only reinforced their commitment to sustainability and style. Sublime speaks to Serran’s…
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In the fashion-for-good world, the terms “ethical” and “sustainable” are often used interchangeably, both seeming to express slow fashion and an understanding of the industry’s effect on people and the…
Colonialism is often seen as a distant abstraction of the past — yet, colonial mentalities and practices continue to reign supreme in how fashion business operates today.
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