‘sustainability is a spectrum, a movement and a culture. sustainability is a way of living and a way of doing business, rooted in deep and continuous learning ... sustainability is not about being perfect but about making progress towards systemic change.’ bet you weren’t expecting a #inspirationalquote from me on a monday evening half an hour before love island, were ya?
this quotation by @celinecelines really resonates with me + is something I hope I’m conveying in my content - I want to make conscious fashion as unintimidating as possible, because it really is something we should see as the norm.
I love exploring the world of sustainable + ethical fashion, + with so many new + exciting discoveries about the industry being made every minute, it often feels like it’s impossible to be fully in the loop. so instead of chasing new statistics to be as sustainably woke as possible, I think we need to take a step back + contextualise what the messy heck is going on in the fashion industry. I recently found a ( free + online! ) resource which is teaching me how to do exactly that, so I wanted to tell you about it!
created by @fash_rev last month, the Fashion’s Future + the Sustainable Development Goals course is totally worth signing up to. over four weeks, you learn the ins + outs of the fashion industry + what you can do about it, directly from key international organisations + experts - from @fairtradeuk to @unicef - as well as #FashionRevolution ’s co-founders @orsoladecastro + @carrysomers !
in the mean time, please enjoy a truly groundbreaking #ootd from me ( the most basic but the most comfortable monday uniform ) ☕️ tshirt @arketofficial
sneakers @willsveganstore ( gifted )