For this week's BRICKS Voices, we hear from sustainable womenswear designer Joshua James Small on this thoughts after London Fashion Week AW20.
It's Fashion Revolution Week, so what better time to learn how to break up with your toxic relationship with fast fashion?
As Fashion Revolution Week pivoted to a digital-first strategy in the wake of COVID-19, designers Joshua James Small and Chloe Baines conversed via BRICKS Instagram live stream about working as young designers during this time. They discuss their respective practices and overall sustainability in fashion.
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The founder of HANGER shares her expert insight into starting your own brand, authentic storytelling and embracing sustainability.
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In partnership with Deutsche Telekom, the campaign shines a light on the inspiring ways in which young activists are harnessing technology to connect and create a better future. We speak to campaign star and founder of The Slow Label, Anna-Laura Kummer, about how technology has helped her advance her sustainable fashion future.
The UK is the epicentre of fast fashion consumption in Europe. Now, the government is being urged by a cross-party group of MPs to implement steps to start fixing the throw-away culture fuelled by fast fashion.