Historische Zeitschrift 1891 Vol 67 dL Guide to Sustainable Fashion offers an overview of the following topics garmentesign; sourcing and selecting fabrics and techniues; pattern making and toiling; garment construction; istribution; clothing and maintenance; reuse and re manufacture; and material and it also covers the following esign approaches esign using mono materials; zero techniues; esign for urability; engaging with local communities; esign for need; reducing laundering; esign for repair; upcycling; and esign for closed loop system.
READ A Practical Guide to Sustainable FashionPacked with full colour images from contributors such as Vivienne Westwood Stella McCartney Edun and People Tree A Practical Guide to Sustainable Fashion is a much needed handbook for both students and professionals in the fashion and textile industriesBeginning with a reflection on current models of
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based exercises the final five chapters of the book explore a of ways in whichexercises the final five chapters of the book explore a range of ways in which can reduce the negative impacts associated with the life cycle of fashion garments Packed with innovative examples of best practice from international esigners and brands these chapters present each key stage in the
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