Issue #11
March 29, 2011

Slow Fashion – Forever Fashion vs. Fast Fashion

Slow Fashion is one aspect of a larger movement known as the Slow Movement, a term that is used to describe a societal shift towards slowing down the pace of life and in turn slowing down consumption through a number of channels.  You may have already heard of such Slow Movement dimensions as Slow Food, Slow Travel, and Slow City (or Cittaslow).  Similar to the concept of Slow Food, Slow Fashion advocates rejecting mass produced goods and supporting goods that are local, from smaller businesse ... Read More

Ethics in Business – The Ethics Behind Ethical Ocean and How We Can Stay Ahead of the Curve

Ethics in business, or business ethics, used to be one of those oxymoron terms that many non-business people would scoff at. That is until they learn that business ethics mainly refers to the philosophy of business that deals with issues within the corporation (such as the rights and duties between a company and its employees, clients, vendors, customers, and its fiduciary responsibility to its shareholders and stakeholders) and not necessarily the responsibility of the business to the world it ... Read More

'Ecolution' and the future of sustainability in fashion

Environmental and social consciousness is a growing concern in the fashion industry around the world. Designers are thinking twice about fabrics and processes they choose to work with and as consumers ... Read More

Earth Day 2011: en route to practical, sustainable green living

Brilliant green enthusiasts are turning sustainability into more than just a term used by business professionals and tree planters this year. Between Facebook shifting to renewable energy and Google i ... Read More
Issue #11
March 29, 2011