British Ethical Fashion Marketplace Mamoq Releases 'The Sustainable Fashion Blueprint 2018'

Recently, the British sustainable fashion marketplace Mamoq teamed up with students from the Cambridge University Judge Business School MBA program to explore the potential of sustainability in minimising the challenges of the fashion industry.

Published in Collaboration with Jennifer Hakim Communications

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MATTER Prints: Paying Tribute to Timeless Textile Artisanship

Singapore based MATTER Prints sources unique heritage prints and reinterprets them in a modern manner, making artisanal production sustainable and seasonless — it’s a private members’ club to those valuing longevity and provenance, above all. We were inspired by their dynamic dhoti, each adorned with an eclectic print, and (adding some power-woman poses!) particularly cherish the flow and motion this type of urban wear allows in the modern-day cityscape.

Photography by Rutam Rane

Model: Olga Vasilevna Plutahina

Sustainable print dhoti sponsored by MATTER Prints

MATTER Prints Sustainable Fashion Savant Magazine
MATTER Prints Sustainable Fashion Savant Magazine
MATTER Prints Sustainable Fashion Savant Magazine
MATTER Prints Sustainable Fashion Savant Magazine

Elle Evans: Showing Love for the Planet with Activewear Made from Plastics and Ghost Nets Collected from the Ocean

Made from 100% recycled fabric, such as plastic waste dredged from the sea, Elle Evans gives us the gratifying feeling of helping the planet whilst looking splendid out on the beach or in the training studio. 

By Meri Frig

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Book Review: 'Wear No Evil' by Greta Eagan

Sustainable fashion has grown significantly as an industry. Now, greater awareness is being placed on the impacts of fast fashion for both people and the environment. Greta Eagan, a New-York based eco-stylist and sustainable living consultant, has produced a tangible guide to navigate this exciting area of fashion in her book Wear No Evil.

By Mariam Sheikh

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When Ethical Fashion Takes Over Dubai: What Can We Learn from Blogger Style Destino?

'Fast and more' culture has been long dominating the world of personal essay, but luckily there are those advocating social change, even as far as in UAE. Fashion blogger Shruti Jain of Style Destino shares her ambition to bring Dubai on the map of ethical blogging world.

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Carin Mansfield: "People do want more, more, more. We want excess. We all have too many things."

As I enter In-Ku on Warren Street, London, I am immediately struck by the simplicity of the store. No huge signs screaming '50% OFF' in your face, no massive heaps of the same clothes surrounding you. It has the feeling of home. We sit down, drink some tea, nibble on some cookies and she starts: "So I guess you want to know what slow fashion means to me?"

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