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The Future of Sustainable Fashion

Camille Jaillant, creator of Olistic the Label and participant in the round table discussion “The Future of Fashion for Social Impact” during the 4th UN Environment Assembly in Nairobi, joins us for an interview.

The young “Alliance for Sustainable Fashion” ambassador speaks about her commitments and the actions that fashion players can undertake if they have a concrete desire to commit to sustainable development OF responsible fashion.

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“United Nations contacted me JUST after I launched Olistic the Label line and won the Social Impact Award in Geneva that honors the work of women craftsmen.

My brand’s objective is to have a strong social impact by emphasizing the creation of new jobs in India in organic sericulture and preserving handmade embroidery in Portugal. I was also supported by the UNECE Fashion For Forests program that promotes designers who use fabrics with a wood fiber base”.

This year, UNITED NATIONS assembly’s ambition was to bring together major players in the sustainable fashion industry so each could share their vision for fashion for the future that respects the environment. Clothing experts made interactive presentations of the best designs and sustainable materials.

“Olistic The Label, the future of sustainable fashion”

by Sandrine Maggiani

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United Nations Environment Assembly

 
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Olistic The Label and ZOI environment network organized a panel about the future of fashion for social impact.

THE pop up chat demonstrated solutions for environmental challenges and sustainable consumptiON.

From new sources of fiber and production techniques, while exploring the potential social impact, local artisanal and digital factory production, organic certified Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) silks and handmade embroideries, recycled fabriCS, natural elements, harvesting fiber from forests, oceans and fungi.

4th UN Environment Assembly

UN ALLIANCE FOR SUSTAINABLE FASHION

Nairobi, Kenya 11 - 15 March 2019

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UNIQUE GOWNS MADE WITH WOOD pULP SOURCED FROM SUSTAINABLE FORESTS

Camille Jaillant is one of the latest designers to produce a ‘Forest for Fashion’ piece, relying entirely on localized production in Portugal and using PEFC-certified fabric. “As a designer, you are inevitably inspired by nature. Protecting our source of creativity and of life is essential, and everyone’s responsibility. It is a challenge to create fashionable evening dresses that are at the same time sustainable – some designers would argue it limits your options. But Forests for Fashion shows that sustainability and fashion go hand in hand.”

UNECE FOREST FOR FASHION


Femelle

 
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BY Leila Alder

www.FEMELLE.CH


Textilrevue Zurich

 
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Die neue Eleganz

by Leila Alder

www.textilrevue.ch


Empowered Women Make Better Fashion

 
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Giving Women Annual Conference 2018

11th October 2018, GENEVA

“Fashion is not only skin deep. It is something that affects our lives profoundly. And it’s only fair to bring fashion into a broader conversation about sustainability”

BY Xenya Cherny Scanlon

www.greenstilettos.com


Artisan production, bespoke design and master craftsmanship is what creates true luxury products

Founder Annie O. Waterman has accrued over a decade of experience working within the global artisan sector. Annie helps her clients source socially responsible artisan products and cultivates mutually beneficial partnerships between buyers and artisans. She brings unique handmade goods to the mainstream consumer while sustaining craft traditions and creating market exposure for artisans worldwide. Having spent many years in the field, Annie offers a diverse set of skills, including product development, market research, busi- ness mentoring, and artisan sourcing.

 
 
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BY ANNIE OAKLEY WATERMAN

www.aowhandmade.com