PROJECT: Fashion and sustainability features writer for Italy-based LAMPOON MAGAZINE, which focuses on sustainability matters in anthropocene

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AS DIY ADVANCES COULD CONSUMERISM RECEDE ?
 
In conversation with trend forecasters Anna Maroncelli and Harleen Sabharwal on exploring the antidote to consumerism

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TEXTILE CLAY FROM LAUNDRY WASTE: MICROFIBER AS A RAW MATERIAL RATHER THAN A POLLUTANT 
 
The Spanish designer Jorge Penadés recreates traditional handicraft materials using microfiber pollutants instead of natural resources

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GOLDEN GOOSE: UNLEARNING PERFECTION & 'MADE IN ITALY' APPROACH TO SUSTAINABILITY
 
Golden Goose marks its twentieth year since conception: a dive into the brand’s history from power moves and success stories to controversies and challenges

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DIGITAL FASHION CLAIMS TO SOLVE OVERCONSUMPTION & OVER PRODUCTION: HOW GREEN IS IT REALLY?

 In conversation with digital fashion entrepreneur, Regina Turbina on sustainable consumption through virtual clothing

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CARBON SEQUESTRATION IS NOT A COMPETITION, BUT BIOCHAR IS WINNING

 Carbon sequestration is no longer a novelty but rather a necessity – with green innovations making a play for desired results. 

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WEAVING STORIES OF BALKAN HERITAGE INTO 3D TAPESTRIES

 «Now we call it sustainability. But using materials that already had a life gives them and our story a continuity»

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RECYCLING FECES: THE BUSINESS CASE FOR ELEPHANT
DUNG PAPER


 Elephant dung is the raw material for this low-impact paper production unit based in remote villages of Sri Lanka

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FREITAG: TO PROVE THAT COMPLETELY COMPOSTABLE CLOTHING IS NOT A MYTH

Exploring two diverse approaches to circularity through end-of-life value chains in recycling and composting models by Freitag

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FROM SEED TO COMPOST: THE HEMP TEMPLE FOR COMPOSTABLE CLOTHING
 
Hemp proves a worthy adversary to reining fabric cotton as it enables the making of compostable clothing for Australian label The Hemp Temple

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FROM FAST FASHION TAX TO SUSTAINABILITY LAWS: LEGISLATURE AIMED AT CLEANING UP FASHION

Decarbonisation goals for fashion, taxes for pollutants from apparel, accountability for wage theft from garment workers. The fashion industry’s green, clean future may not be too far away 
  

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QUEER INTIMACY & FEMALE NUDITY, A DEFIANT BODY OF WORK BY ARTIST JENNA GRIBBON

"The idea is to make the viewer conscious of the fact that they are consuming an image of a body which belongs to a person"

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TECH THAT CONVERTS GARMENTS INTO A BLANK CANVAS: ENABLING EFFICIENT RECYCLING & REUSE

A deeper look into the complacency recycling has lent to fashion consumers & the nuances that make/break recycling processes

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PARADOXICAL NARRATIVES: THE CHAOS IS ALWAYS IN MIND

Finding logic in emotions and vice versa. An exploration into the chaos of the mind through tangible artistic dialogues

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HUNGRY FUNGI & MOLDY BREAD FOR LEATHER ALTERNATIVES: FOOD WASTE FINDS PURPOSE

«To alleviate the problems associated with food waste, while simultaneously contributing to sustainable fashion» - Akram Zamani