Introduction To Why We Need To Be Using Ethical Fabrics

Introduction To Why We Need To Be Using Ethical Fabrics

Charlie Bradley Ross Sunday, 30 July 2017

This 3 minute introduction to the full Masterclass on Why We Need To Use Ethical Fabrics includes a roundup of the issues that conventional textiles cause.

For me, Charlie Bradley Ross, working in a more sustainable way means combatting fast, disposable fashion. And if you're going to make a product that transcends seasons and will be cherished by your customer for years (if not decades) to come, then it needs to stand the test of time and do so in a way that does not harm the environment or the people who make them.

In this Lesson we will cover:

  1. The environmental impact of textiles
  2. The social impact of textiles
  3. The impact on you from textiles

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