Soluciones relevantes e innovadoras ante la crisis del consumismo

Designing Fashion for a Longer Life


A big part of ethical and sustainable fashion is making clothes last longer. The Sustainable Clothing Action Plan (SCAP) recently held its first Extending the Life of Clothes Design Award to reward designers. The aim of the contest was to find long-lasting, sustainable, and fashionable clothing that people would actually wear. Designers were also tasked … Continue reading Designing Fashion for a Longer Life

The Power of Crowd-Sourced Clothing Design


The currently predominant fashion model, in which a creative director designs collections which are then advertised by reps, purchased by retailers, and then purchased by customers, is a model based on guesswork and dated tradition. Retailers order enough garments to fill a whole season, and if customers don’t like the clothing it ends up stockpiling … Continue reading The Power of Crowd-Sourced Clothing Design

Eco Fashion Can Benefit from Eco Logistics


The fashion industry has been shifting towards more eco-friendly and ethical fashion. But there’s more to the fashion industry than the clothing itself. After it’s designed and manufactured, the clothing must be packaged, shipped, stored, and then marketed and sold to customers. If fashion itself can be more sustainable, what about the logistics? If logistics … Continue reading Eco Fashion Can Benefit from Eco Logistics

Store Returns – One of the Biggest Challenges for Retailers


One of the biggest challenges in the fashion world is products being returned to stores due to incorrect fit. A study by Body labs has discovered that approximately $62.4 billion of apparel and footwear is returned every year – this is roughly 57% of footwear and 64% of clothing purchases. One of the reasons there … Continue reading Store Returns – One of the Biggest Challenges for Retailers

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