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Ethical vs Sustainable Fashion

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 planet. Taking a closer look, these terms have distinct definitions, yet they work in a complementary manner. So what's the difference between them and, more importantly, how do they intersect?

Original Time

Sublime Magazine spoke to Vincent Irfah on the creation of Nepto Watches and how this new venture can potentially change the way we consider watches in the future.

Organic Versatility

How did Alex Elliot go from designing fast fashion to launching a sustainability-focused brand? Sublime explores the inspiration behind a clothing line fuelled by timelessness, quality and ethical production.

Patchwork Stories

In their family, the art of patchwork is passed down like an heirloom. Sublime speaks to contemporary artist Ustina Yakovleva on merging her creativity with her mother to produce exquisite textile garments.

Fashion Uncorked

There’s more to cork than wine stoppers and coasters. Sublime speaks to Neri Yasar, founder of NY Cork, about the power of organic materials in a world where fashion seldom keeps nature in mind.

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