Project Selvage: Responsible fashionFrancesca Palange
Originally started as a blog so Shannon, the initiator of Project Selvage, could keep herself in the loop of ethical and sustainable fashion while studying for her degree, this blog is now turning to be a real-life social business. Through Project Selvage, Shannon wants to reduce the amount of textile waste that ends up in landfill while also making consumers aware of the ethical and environmental effects of the fashion industry. Shannon is sure that education is the key to change and that the power of consumers to revolutionise the fashion industry shouldn’t be underestimated. What happens in the textile industry is the responsibility of everyone who wears clothes, says this social entrepreneur. Join her revolution! Have a look at this re-purposed garments:
A little bit edgy, a little bit business-like, this super soft, lightweight and loose fitting black shirt that can either be 3/4 or full sleeve. More evidence supporting that upcycled clothes can me gorgeous too!
Who wears short shorts? Perfect for summer, these high-waisted shorts are lightweight and are a nice and comfy relaxed fit. Perfect for the summer holidays you are planning!
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