Friday, 30 August 2019 17:45

What Goes Around Comes Around?

New oxfam study reveals shocking environmental impact of the uk's fast fashion culture.

Published in News
Tuesday, 13 August 2019 17:37

Lingshan Fan

Fan Lingshan graduated from the University of Central Lancashire. She believes that in creating a design, it must resonate with the viewer, and awaken people's sense of social responsibility, such as with the environment, culture, etc.

 Her graduation designs are inspired by the child’s nature of liking the new and hating the old. This behavior will cause many toys to be thrown away. On the other hand, in order to meet the children's consumption needs, manufacturers quickly update products and environmental pollution caused by overproduction of toys.

 The work takes the doll as the entry point, through the child’s perspective,

Design use the colorful print, A large number of discarded dolls, the resulting silhouette of fingers, torso, and arms, the She uses her knitting and crochet skills as the texture to expressed the shape. In the series, the head of the doll is used as a bag and accessories, and the eyes of the doll are also as prints and the decoration of the clothes. The design was earned runner-up of David Textiles award and Finalist of fashion Design portfolio award.

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Published in Designers
Tuesday, 13 August 2019 15:40

How fashion and beauty tackles waste

Our consumption of fast fashion clothing and throw away plastic products is taking its toll on the world and environment.

Published in Fashion
Friday, 26 July 2019 23:05

BO-BORSA changing the face of fashion

BO-BORSA abrand that is changing the the face of fashion is the first brand to bring Tyvek® onto the UK fashion scene.

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What is probably one of the most worrying problems in the world today? Without a doubt, it is the environment.

Published in News
Wednesday, 19 June 2019 10:42

Why cheap underwear is killing the planet

Recent reports state that 235 million pieces of clothing will be sent to landfill this year, representing 5.7% of all landfill waste.

Published in News
Wednesday, 19 June 2019 10:41

Why cheap underwear is killing the planet

Recent reports state that 235 million pieces of clothing will be sent to landfill this year, representing 5.7% of all landfill waste.

Published in News
Wednesday, 24 April 2019 15:22

Why cheap underwear is killing the planet

Recent reports state that 235 million pieces of clothing will be sent to landfill this year, representing 5.7% of all landfill waste.

Published in News

Consumers are increasingly turning towards second-hand clothing, studies are revealing – with conscientious buyers set to make pre-loved items a bigger market than so-called ‘fast fashion’ by 2029.

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The world of fashion is certainly something to be proud of in Britain.

Published in Fashion
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