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Sustainable Designer Interview: Australian zero-waste designer Alice Sutton

[pinterest] Australian sustainable designer Alice Sutton creates feminine shapes with a unique contemporary aesthetic for her independent label Edition.  Employing zero-waste pattern cutting techniques, using natural fibers including merino, silk and bamboo, and local (Australian-based) production, Alice’s collections make a significant contribution to sustainable fashion design. Alice was kind enough to grant me an interview so I could learn a bit more about her motivations, values and production processes. Could

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Ethical and sustainable lingerie by Madonna Bain

[pinterest] If you thought it impossible to find sexy lingerie that was ethical and sustainable, think again. Australian based label Madonna Bain produces their entire lingerie line from Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) certified organic cotton. The range is ethically produced in Indonesia and the designer works closely with her factory workers on production of the pieces. GOTS certification ensures the highest standards for minimising environmental impact. Look great, and feel good

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Slow designer – Alabama Chanin

[pinterest] US company Alabama Chanin is an industry leader when it comes to slow fashion and ethical and sustainable clothing manufacture and design. The company markets a range of basics along with exquisite hand embroidered couture items which draw upon the skills of the traditional quilting craftswomen from the region. The company firmly believes in revitalising local industry and has created a market for locally grown organic cotton coloured with low

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