Ecosustainethical Journey began with this Video by Nghia Ton

My Ecosustainethical Journey

Over the last few years I've been researching and learning about Ecological, Sustainability & Ethical Integrity in Design. So here is a little video that helped me begin. Why fashion and sustainability? Professor Dilys Williams who is the Director of the Centre for Sustainable Fashion, and Lead Educator for this course. In this short film Dilys introduces and discusses fashion design for sustainability, and highlights some of the key principles and global challenges that we currently face.

Posted by Nghia Ton Designs on Friday, 13 April 2018

Perspectives on sustainability by Nghia Ton

Perspectives on sustainability

Fashion is a global industry worth $2.4 trillion dollars (1), which employs around 50 million people (2), and is said to be one of the world’s most polluting industries. Modern Day Slavery is an endemic part of fashion’s business (3), and a lack of transparency and traceability across fashion supply chains is a major challenge. Fashion has the power to make positive change, and collaboration plays an important role to beginning to re-imagine currently damaging systems.

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