Tag: Fashion

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The Ugandan designer who upcycles British cast-offs – and returns them to sender Making a statement in more ways than one, a new fashion line is made from western cast-offs. Can it reboot Uganda’s textile industry? Good Business Lifestyle Society World
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Meet the PR exec who quit fast fashion to clean up clothing Her job was to promote fashion brands, but their environmental impact inspired Hannah Hamilton to clean up the industry Environment Good Business Society
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In pictures: the garments grown from seed Imagine if you could grow your own clothes from seed. Well, an artist has done just that. Will it catch on? Environment Lifestyle Science Society
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The knitwear trend that turns torn clothes into statement pieces Got a hole in your sweater? Don’t try to discreetly patch it up. Make a statement of it, and join the growing army of visible menders Arts Environment Lifestyle
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‘They deserve to choose what to wear’: the fashion portal for refugee women A project launched during lockdown links refugee women with preloved clothes – but this is no ordinary donation scheme Body & Mind Lifestyle Society Wellbeing
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A fresh spin: the clothes made out of recycled wood pulp A Finnish company has found a way of using wood pulp to print new clothes – and the only byproduct is water Environment Innovation Lifestyle Society
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