THE MAKER STORIES A documentary project, started by Mikaela Kivan, that tells the stories of those that are responsible for producing items in the…Read More
The fashion world is inextricably linked to notions of beauty. However, as we’ve seen time and time again there is an not-so beautiful side to the business of fashion that can be down-right ugly. Many would prefer to brush this dark side under the rug, but there are members of the community that choose to combat these issues head-on and have dedicated themselves to that mission.
An emerging group of fashion anarchists are demanding to be seen and heard by creating organizations and groups specifically focused on the kind of social and political activism that can help to purge the fashion industry of its transgressions. They are confronting issues such as cheap labor and sweatshops, over-consumption of resources and deforestation, and animal cruelty in fashion and using tactics of advocacy, education, and mobilization to call for an end to these stains on the industry.
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BETHANN HARDISAN Former model and activist Outspoken critic of the fashion industry’s lack of diversity. The CFDA honoree established the Black Girls Coalition…Read More
Alexia Niedzielski & Elizabeth Von Guttman Founders, Systems Magazine and Ever Consulting This pair launched an eco-friendly, green luxury consultancy, which advises and…Read More
Fashion Revolution “Who made my clothes?” Social activist group that encourages consumers to educate themselves on the who, what, when, where, and how…Read More
Groceries Apparel Eco-correct apparel made with 100% organic and recycled material. Manufactured in their own factory in Los Angeles, CA.Read More
The fashion world is inextricably linked to notions of beauty. However, as we’ve seen time and time again there is an not-so beautiful side…Read More