Solidago: Exploring Sustainable Costume Design
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Solidago tells the tale of Edith, a young woman, who was sent to an all-female rural community in late 1960s Britain to secretly give birth to her premarital child. We talk with the film’s costume designer, Sophie Daniel, about how she consciously created the film’s wardrobe and the future for sustainably-minded costume productions ..read more
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Local is our Future
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With her international non-profit organization , Helena Norberg-Hodge is dedicated to renewing ecological and social wellbeing by strengthening communities and local economies worldwide ..read more
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To Smell a Difference
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1y ago
A tender exchange of thoughts on the sustainability of scents between sensually gifted changemakers. As one approaches scent through acoustical empathy, another uncovers a language of smell. A regenerative perfume, in essence, seems to be a way to reconnect directly with our instincts and a wild encouragement of natural healing powers by way of the nose ..read more
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(Little) Leaders of Hope
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1y ago
Today’s global youths are at the forefront of activism, changing and shaping the political landscapes of their respective countries. As the pressure to initiate real change rapidly mounts, they share raw and unfiltered truths, vigorously paving a new path for humanity’s future ..read more
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The “Way of Flowers”
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1y ago
The flower arrangements of this story were made with seasonal and local flowers and mushrooms – to emphasize and bring attention to the beauty of our local environments ..read more
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Change is Constant (Be Like Water)
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1y ago
Change is Constant (Be Like Water) explores the fluidity of gender and the use of fashion design as a tool to express the plural and always evolving approaches to gender that exist outside of the restricting binary ..read more
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Natural Dyes, a Family Heritage
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1y ago
It’s in their family home in Beaugency where Mélissa Wago-Lala and Chantal Dubreuil Beaur meet to create together. From gathering plants to dyeing fabrics, theirs is a story of the transmission of know-how and life skills ..read more
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Can Fashion Media Help Create a More Beautiful Future?
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1y ago
in Barcelona, The Lissome’s editorial director, Dörte de Jesus, talked about the importance of responsible storytelling in fashion media, its impact on our culture, and the meaningful conversations and shifts of the overtone window it can create ..read more
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Exploring Vietnam’s Indigeneous Textile Traditions with TextileSeekers
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After two years of pandemic-enforced hiatus, fashion consultant Thao Phuong could finally continue the work of her slow creative retreat company, , and take off to Mai Chau in Vietnam to learn from the native crafts communities of the region and get immersed in the beauty of traditional textiles ..read more
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