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Herausgeber_in: British Fashion Council

Schlagwörter: Designstrategien, Bekleidungsindustrie, England, Jeans, Kreislaufwirtschaft, Lieferketten, Mode, Modedesign, Qualität, Recycling, Upcycling


In 2020, the British Fashion Council launched the Institute of Positive Fashion (IPF) to create a new industry standard for accountability by acting as a catalyst for change.
By its very nature, fashion encourages expression, offering the potential to connect citizens to global issues. However, the industry is facing unprecedented challenges to inspire and clothe consumers around the world while dramatically decarbonising and reducing the waste arising from its activities.
This report identifies ten priority action areas, each of which involves efforts across many different parts of the fashion ecosystem. Each action area is equally important and has the potential to amplify the effects of the others. They jointly contribute to the target outcomes, as shown under ‘10 priority action areas for realising the target state’ at the end of this summary and on pages 50-51 of the report.


Umfang: 64 Seiten

Sprache: Englisch

Zielgruppe: Student_innen, Erwachsene

Bezug: kostenfrei zum Download

Mittwoch, 03 November 2021 12:44

The Jeans Redesign Guidelines

Herausgeber_in: Ellen McArthur Foundation

Schlagwörter: Designstrategien, Bekleidungsindustrie, Jeans, Kreislaufwirtschaft, Lieferketten, Mode, Modedesign, Qualität, Recycling, Upcycling

For decades, jeans have been at the heart of countless fashion collections. The Jeans Redesign guidelines encourage leading brands, mills, and manufacturers to transform the way jeans are made. Based on the principles of a circular economy, they're a blueprint for collective action to scale circular practices.
The guidelines are a starting point for industry to design and make products aligned with the principles of a circular economy. Making jeans that are used more, made to be made again, and made from safe and recycled or renewable inputs.


Umfang: 18 Seiten

Sprache: Englisch

Zielgruppe: Student_innen, Erwachsene

Bezug: kostenfrei zum Download

Herausgeber: AMD Akademie Mode & Design Düsseldorf

Schlagwörter: Befragung Düsseldorfer Modegeschäfte, Modedesign, Modestudent_innen

Die AMD Akademie Mode & Design Düsseldorf bringt mit ihren Studierenden den ersten nachhaltigen Guide für Düsseldorf heraus. Für das gelungene Projekt hat Düsseldorfs Oberbürgermeister Thomas Geisel die Schirmherrschaft übernommen.
BUY GOOD STUFF”: Mehr als einhundert Seiten, eintausend Informationen: Das ausgiebige Ladenverzeichnis mit Store- und Designerportraits, Interviews, Berichten und Reportagen bietet dem Leser jede Menge Service.
BUY GOOD STUFF”, Düsseldorfs erster fairer Fashion Guide, ist ab September 2014 in ausgewählten Shops, in Institutionen der Stadt Düsseldorf und der AMD Akademie Mode & Design Düsseldorf kostenlos erhältlich. Zusätzlich gibt es die Ausgabe als E-Book. Denn Fairness kommt nie aus der Mode!

Erscheinungsjahr: 2014

Umfang: 72 Seiten

Sprache: Deutsch

Zielgruppe: Erwachsene, Student_innen

Medien:  Hintergrundmaterialien

Bezug: Sie erhalten den Einkaufsführer in Düsseldorfer Geschäften und Institutionen oder können ihn kostenfrei  bestellen (oder zum Download) bei der Akademie Mode & Design in Düsseldorf.

Freigegeben in Kritischer Konsum

Verlag: Laurence King Publishing

Autor: Bradley Quinn

Schlagwörter: Materialien, Materialinnovation, Innovation, High-Tech-Fasern, Biomimikri, Design, Modedesign, Nachhaltigkeit

Technologized textiles and sustainable fabrics are among the most innovative designed today, and together they are driving the rest of the industry dramatically forward. Many designers are now integrating hi-tech fabrics, such as protective and impact-resistant textiles, or cellulose fabrics with groundbreaking results. Embracing new processes such as biomimicry, they bridge the gap between art, design, technology and sustainability.
This book showcases new work from over 35 of today’s most forward-thinking textile designers, featuring surface designs, highly-structured textures and striking silhouettes. Each will be presented through inspirational text and striking visual spreads to include design sketches, work-in-progress photographs and digital drawings alongside images of cutting-edge furniture, interior textiles and fashion.
This book shows how the development of fabrics today is immersed in technology, sustainability and innovation. It is an essential resource for anyone interested in contemporary textile design.

Erscheinungsjahr: April 2013

Umfang: 312 Seiten

Sprache: Englisch

Bezug: hier bestellbar (ISBN: 9781780670539)

Freigegeben in Ethical Fashion Design

Verlag: Fairchild Books

Autoren/innen: Janet Hethorn (Autor), Connie Ulasewicz

Schlagwörter: Design, Modedesign,  Nachhaltigkeit, Produktlebenszyklus, Ökobilanz, Materialien, Recycling, Kreislauf, System

Through a collection of specially commissioned essays, Sustainable Fashion: Why Now? examines the issues of sustainability that designers, product developers, and consumers confront as they go about their business of creating, wearing, and recycling clothing and fashion. In a broader sense, the book considers what "sustainability" means alongside "fashion"-two seemingly contradictory concepts as fashion is all about change and sustainability, is all about preservation. Through a lively range of perspectives, the authors engage their readers in a dialogue on sustainable fashion that generates new ideas on how to produce fashion with a sense of ethics, organic or renewable resources, and socially responsible manufacturing techniques.

Erscheinungsjahr: 2008

Umfang: Taschenbuch, 424 Seiten

Sprache: Englisch

Inhalt: The format of the book is an anthology, divided into three sections, each focused on an in-depth exploration of sustainable opportunity: "Connecting with Consumers on Issues Relating to Sustainable Practices," "Production and Economic Processes in the Global Economy," and "The Environment, the Planet, and the Materials Used in Fashion Making." This structure provides an interconnected and circular way to explore the creation and practice of sustainable fashion that is not possible through old, linear models of understanding the fashion industry.
Features illustrated Best Practices that demonstrate, through interviews and examples, sustainable business practices in real-life scenarios, examples of syllabi, assignments, in-class activities, discussion questions, and worksheets.

Bezug: Print für 62,99 € über den Buchhandel oder bei Amazon

Freigegeben in Ethical Fashion Design