Don’t miss my collection of ethical fashion thought pieces on the Huffington Post.
For the past couple of month I’ve been writing a column in the Huffington Post on ethical fashion. The posts are think pieces, more discursive in nature. If that’s your bag then why not check them out.
Here’s some of the archive:
Is the Fashion Industry Blinding Us With Greenwashing?
Is it right to criticise a fashion brand who is doing so much more than most? Or by slapping companies on the back for doing little things do we risk them never taking the bigger steps?
Does the fashion industry need a Leveson inquiry?
It took years for the British phone hacking scandal to be taken seriously. How long will it take for British Government and industry to take abuses in the fashion industry seriously? Is it time fashion had its own Leveson enquiry?
Is fair trade overseas unfair for people at home?
Are People Tree making the move to a fair trade culture more difficult by charging nearly £100 for their dresses? If you’re on a low income is fair trade fashion ever possible for you?
Partnerships or people power – what’s the best route to social change?
How is it best to bring about social change? Working in partnership from the inside, or taking direct action from the outside?