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The True Cost of Global Fashion

Who made your clothes? A question every consumer must engage themselves and their fellow consumers with.

Did you know that clothing is the third largest polluter in the world? 289 more words

"Loved Clothes Last". An Online Magazine Focusing on Waste and Mass Consumption in the Fashion Industry.

(Above is Fashion Revolution’s 2nd “Fanzine” called “Loved Clothes Last”)

I have been following Fashion Revolution’s Instagram for at least a year now. They are an extremely useful resource and global movement for everything that has to do with mass consumption and excess in the global fashion industry, and the steps some big fashion houses and organizations are taking to educate, reduce waste and recycle. 847 more words


Fashion World

I think fashion is repulsive. The whole idea that someone else can make clothing that is supposed to be in style and make other people look good is ridiculous. 135 more words

Fashion World

Global Fashion World

“Fashion looks better when you feel good on the inside. Global Fashion World is a popular fashion or practice, especially in clothing, footwear, accessories, makeup, body, or furniture. 219 more words

Fashion World

Lecture: Denise Cruz: "On the Runway: Global Fashion and Filipino Nationalism in the Postwar Moment"

March 09, 2016

From Brown University’s Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity in America:

“From the 1940s to the 1960s, the modern runway show emerged in Manila alongside developments in postwar Filipino nationalism, as the Philippines, newly independent from the United States and Japan, sought to articulate its relationships to Asia and the United States. 65 more words

White sneakers, the street ruling trend

Gone are the days when sneakers were gym’s best friends. Today, the trend of sneakers/shoes has become an all-time companion. This trend has been staying for a very long time and is here to stay forever. 488 more words


Summer of Wanderlust - Maasai Mara

As we pulled up the Maasai village deep in the heart of the Mara, the land was dotted with bright pops of red and blue.  The Maasai wear the traditional shuka, a cotton piece of fabric that can be worn in a variety ways.   159 more words

How I Wear The World