Having worked in the fashion industry for a number of years now, I’ve become a little disillusioned with the never ending cycle of clothing production and the lack of real efforts to ensure the safety of the people involved in the supply chain. I believe the tides are changing and in the near future, the now marginalized concept of ethical fashion will become as normal as paying a levy for plastic bags or adhering to the smoking ban in public places. A small number of people have been pushing this agenda for years but the numbers are growing. I’m jumping on the bandwagon, who’s with me?


9 Responses to About

  1. Sasha says:

    Great site, looking forward to hearing more! XOXOX HVC

  2. Thanks Sasha!
    I’m just getting started 🙂 Love your site too!

  3. Thanks so much for subscribing to my blog! I’m about to check out yours; it sounds great.

  4. ecocred says:

    Hi there!
    Great blog! i love fashion and i love all things related to sustainability, ethics, equity and environment, so i am really excited about your blog!
    hope to hear lots more from you!

  5. eleanortighe says:

    Hi – Thanks for subscribing 🙂 Its interesting to read the work coming from a different angle. Love you review of Lucy Siegle’s book.

    Have you read Naila Kabeer’s ‘the power to choose’ – offers a really interesting account of the actual day to say experiences and realities of working in clothing and footwear export production factories in Bangladesh. Really eye opening.

    Best Wishes,

    Eleanor xx

  6. Jane B says:

    Very slick blog – clearly portraying an important message.
    Best of luck Lou !

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