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Ethical Fashion Podcast

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Ethical Fashion Podcast

Ethical Fashion Initiative

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How can fashion be a force for good? Goodbye fast fashion! Hello to a better way focused on social and environmental justice, inclusivity and sustainable development. The UN's Ethical Fashion Initiative acts as a bridge, connecting marginalised artisan communities, often in challenging and remote locations, with some of the biggest names in international fashion. Explore the issues driving the ethical fashion conversation with your hosts UN officer Simone Cipriani and sustainable fashion jou ...
 
The fashion industry has become well known as a major contributor to the climate crisis and social injustices. However, with this knowledge comes action, with a growing number of brands and experts stepping up to improve industry practices. From developing sustainable fabrics to supporting worker communities. On The Sustainable Fashion Wingman, we talk to these innovators and brands leading the way in making fashion more sustainable and ethical. Helping you dress, live, and work more sustain ...
 
WELCOME TO SEASON 4 OF THE SKINNI W/SHAYZON! A show that stylishly gets down to the nitty-gritty on topics that impact, inspire and empower our lives. THE SKINNI W/ SHAYZON is a lifestyle podcast and community that's all about sharing, learning and growing together, while living a fashionably conscious, ethical and empowered life. Insightful and witty interviews filled with information, laughs and applicable strategies and tips that we can all apply as we continue to grow and evolve in our p ...
 
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Magnifeco Radio

Heritage Radio Network

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Magnifeco Radio is a series of frank and intimate conversations hosted by Kate Black, author and founder of magnifeco.com. Each week Kate chats with designers, makers and sustainable leaders about their path and motivation plus the latest in ethical fashion, clean beauty and sustainable living.
 
Sustainable futures visionary Livia Firth discusses her career with creative director and trendhawk Kinvara Balfour at the Apple Store Regent Street in London. Best known as a pioneer of sustainable and eco-friendly fashion, Firth founded Eco-Age Ltd. in 2007, overseeing global initiatives embracing ethical and sustainable values. In 2009, she launched The Green Carpet Challenge, working with A-list designers on red carpets worldwide to focus global attention on sustainability as a way of life.
 
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Hopeful World

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Hopeful World

Hopeful Traders

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Hello and welcome to Hopeful World; the social project podcast. I’m Charlie Wright, founder of Hopeful Traders, the clothing brand that collaborates with the homeless community. In this series we will be shining a light on individuals and organizations taking the issues that affect our society into their own hands. At Hopeful Traders we aim to do more than just give. We want to build and connect communities where individuals are provided with opportunities to support themselves as well as th ...
 
There’s a new sustainable brand in town: ECHTE. Whether you’re just beginning to learn about sustainable fashion, or you’re a fashion-conscious veteran, it can be difficult to determine just what sustainability or other buzz words like transparency, eco-friendly, fair fashion, or even ethical, mean within the context of fashion. For that reason, we created the ‘Wear your values’ podcast.
 
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When it comes to fashion, consumers are rarely given the information they need to make responsible choices. Well, that’s changing. We talk to Carrie Lomas, Founder of Brand Conscience about the rating system they’ve developed to give us, the consumer more transparency of the environmental and social impacts of our clothes shopping. Listen in and le…
 
On today's episode, I have something special just for you. Considering the time of year and all that we’ve been processing and having to handle together and individually, I think this micro episode is right on time, as this is the season that can be quite challenging for many people. Find Yourself Saying " I'm Fine" When You're Not? I’ve chosen one…
 
Will you be carrying kindness in your next bag? Well, we got to talk to Charlottle Bingham-Wallis in this episode, Founder and Managing Director of accessories brand, Belo. We hear how Belo was founded to provide support for communities close to Charlotte's heart. As well as the challenges the brand overcame in working with and recycling unique mat…
 
Did you know workwear presents a significant challenge to sustainability and textile waste? We found out more about the extent of this challenge and how one company has set out to tackle it. Andy Moulding, Director at Project Plan B tells us how they address workwear recycling with a circular approach. We got to hear about the process of recycling …
 
The surge of the $28 billion thrifting industry has been a tremendous one over the past decade and especially since the pandemic. Within this affordable and eclectic source of sustainable fashion, is another rapidly growing ‘new’ trend and contributor to the war against textile waste and the fashion industry’s massive impact on the environment, it’…
 
Finisterre is an outdoor lifestyle brand renowned for its sustainable and ethical approach to apparel. The brand’s Product Director, Debbie Luffman, gives us an insight into just how, for Finisterre, sustainability has always come as standard. We also got to hear how, as Product Director, Debbie incorporates sustainable sourcing and circular design…
 
One of the leading causes of cancer-related deaths among women is ovarian cancer, ranking 5th on the list. There are so many important facts about this disease that many women, of all ages, just aren’t aware of, and need to be. With me on this weeks episode to speak personally about ovarian cancer and her current fight is Simone Edwards, a WNBA Cha…
 
The influencer community and industry is growing drastically and rapidly. This near $14 billion marketing machine is an enticing and lucrative resource for many entrepreneurs around the world. In the midst of this ever evolving industry is the harsh reality of pay disparities, which is becoming more known as influencers begin to speak about their p…
 
There are a lot of conversations about the fashion industry, fast fashion, slow fashion, sustainability, the affordability, exclusion vs accessibility, conscious consumerism, what to do and what not to do. It can definitely feel and sound overwhelming at times. On this weeks episode I’m speaking with Daisy Hutton, Founder of THE FIXX COLLECTIVE, th…
 
On this weeks episode I’m joined by Shayba Muhammad, an inspirational women, designer and founder of the jewelry brand MAHNAL. When A Need Leads To Your Purpose. Join us as we travel transparently through the circumstances, life experiences, and journey that birthed this beautiful and successful, female owned company. Championing through the pandem…
 
There is an under-recognized and fascinating world of men who sew, men who design, and men who are quietly living out their passions. I'm diving in to bring more light to this creative, talented and tight-knit community. Ever thought about making a big career change, stepping away from what others perceive as a safe and secure job, to go after that…
 
On this weeks episode, I speak with the amazing and inspirational Alexandria Thomas about her TV producing career and journey to losing 110 lbs, DURING THE PANDEMIC! Ever have questions pop into your mind when you see impressive before & after weight loss pictures? Get some of those answered right now during this very transparent and vulnerable con…
 
In this episode, we talked with Esther Knight, Founder and CEO of the brand, Fanfare Label. Esther has worked in the fashion industry for over 12 years for many high street & designer brands, including Vivienne Westwood, witnessing first-hand the contrast between wasteful and responsible fashion. Fanfare Label is an award-winning circular clothing …
 
We’re back Honey Bunnies! So grateful and excited for another season where we get to discover, meet and share more passionate, inspirational and amazing people with you, THE SKINNI family! On this episode, my returning guest co-host Michael René and I speak, laugh and share transparently about the highs and lows of the “new normal”. The mental and …
 
ARE YOU SOMEONE THAT WANTS TO BE SEEN, HEARD VALUED AND LOVED? DO YOU HAVE AN INSATIABLE THIRST FOR KNOWLEDGE AND ENLIGHTENMENT ON TOPICS THAT IMPACT OUR LIVES AS WOMEN, WAVE MAKERS, CREATORS, BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE OF COLOR, AND UPLIFTERS? THEN THE SKINNI WITH SHAYZON IS THE PODCAST FOR YOU! I’M SHAYZON, SPEAKING WITH AMAZING PEOPLE, PULLING BACK VEILS …
 
“Great sustainable products are really difficult to find”, Marta Kołodziejczak from e-commerce marketplace, Dayrize tells us. Hear how Dayrize, a marketplace for sustainable and ethical products, assesses its brands. Learn how the Dayrize score, unique to the marketplace enables consumers to buy consciously and with confidence. We also hear from Ma…
 
In this episode we hear from Fashion Roundtable’s CEO, Tamar Cincik to find out more about their “Cleaning Up Fashion” report developed in conjunction with the All Party Parliamentary Group for Ethics and Sustainability in Fashion. An in-depth and vital research report highlighting the UK fashion industry’s impacts on the environment and supply cha…
 
In a very complex subject like sustainability in fashion, we hear numerous terms and methodologies, many of which can be confusing. So, in this episode, sustainability expert, Laura Gibson gives us an in-depth yet clear understanding of just what various areas of sustainable fashion mean. From Regenerative to Circular to Holistic approaches. As wel…
 
In this episode, we have a fascinating and empowering talk with Lora Nikolaeva, Founder and creative mind behind Lora Gene, the label on a mission to make women feel comfortable, whoever they are. A brand of timeless and elegant pieces, Lora Gene is built on respect for people and the planet. Listen in as we hear how the brand has gone from strengt…
 
Launching season two, we got to talk with Patrick McDowell, the fast, growing name in Sustainable Design. Collaborating with the likes of Converse, Swarovski, Katharine Hamnett, and working as Sustainable Design Director for Italian brand, PINKO, learn why brands are following this designer’s fresh approach to responsible fashion. Hear how Patrick …
 
We talk with Co-Founder and Sustainability Director of Riz Boardshorts, Alistair Murrell about the sustainable approach of the brand. It was interesting to hear how the label embodies the founder’s love of the sea, which was also the prompt to ensure Riz was a well-made product that helps clean the oceans. Learn what you can do with your old boards…
 
With the growing trend of the consumer leaning towards responsible brands and talent seeking purpose-driven employers, B-Corp is a certification businesses aim for to prove they are positively balancing profit with people and planet. It is also a strong sign of ESG commitment many investors favourably acknowledge. I had a highly insightful intervie…
 
Sebastian talks with Hannah Maria Shanahan about her move from a long family history in agriculture to her venture into fashion. Now the founder of her own label, Hannah produces made-to-measure pieces, lovingly from her home country of Ireland. Shocked at the impacts fashion manufacture can have on societies and the environment, Hannah talks about…
 
We got to talk with The Ethical Fashion Buddy, Jo Salter in this episode. Founder of the ethically-focused brand, “Where Does It Come From?”, Jo tells us about the importance of knowing who made your clothes. We learn how other brands are benefitting from Jo’s experience and knowledge in becoming more sustainable and ethical. What is rain-fed cotto…
 
In this episode, we talked to the founder of a start-up brand whose mission is to tackle the climate crisis by offering a carbon-neutral alternative to fast fashion casualwear. The brand, altid clothing, founded by young entrepreneur, Josh Carpenter, is taking its stage on the sustainable fashion scene. We found out from Josh what makes altid so ap…
 
From the hustle and bustle of corporate Australian fashion to yoga teaching in Byron Bay, we caught up with now founder of the sustainably focused fashion brand, Pure Pod, Kelli Donovan. Kelli tells us about her reasons for starting Pure Pod and why, as a small business, it’s important to partner with manufacturers who share the same ethical values…
 
We talked to Rachel Sheila Kan in today’s episode, founder of Sustainability Consultancy, Circular Earth. Many businesses have good intentions of being environmentally responsible but getting there is not an easy road. Building on experience and education in sustainable fashion, Rachel works with businesses to help with these goals. We hear how, th…
 
In this episode, we got to talk with Joshua Scacheri about his new planet-positive brand, Love Hero and his entry on the Amazon fashion show, Making the Cut. We find out just what it means to be a Love Hero, how it’s not just a brand name but a community-focused ethos. We hear what Love and Hero mean to Joshua, and how sustainability is at the hear…
 
In our second episode, we talk to Juliet Shepherd, Founder of sustainable Swim and Surfwear start-up, ULU. As difficult as it is to start a brand in fashion, Juliet also beat the odds and set up during the pandemic. Passion and determination won out, and the new range is now selling online. Juliet tells us what it was like to start a business durin…
 
Welcome to the launch episode of The Sustainable Fashion Wingman. In this first episode, we jump into discussion with the ever-growing sustainable-activewear brand, Bamboo Clothing, or as some may know as BAM. Bamboo’s Managing Director, Ryan Shannon discusses the challenges the brand has had to go through in realising its sustainable and ethical g…
 
Our guest this week is the Lagos-based fashion designer Adebayo Oke-Lawal, founder of Orange Culture. This luxury label has combined fashion with activism since 2011, and is ethically produced in Nigeria. His work has won him accolades in international fashion circles but it's his approach to movement building and giving back that wins hearts. This…
 
Dom & Mary continue their conversation on Protest Fashion in this minisode that dives into the ways people "dress to protest". They talk current t-shirts of the BLM movement, riotous moments on the red carpet, and more. Enjoy and share your own protest fashion with us! https://www.wired.com/story/how-to-protest-safely-surveillance-digital-privacy/…
 
This week we’re focused on contemporary African art. Your host is the Nigerian writer and journalist Ayodeji Rotinwa, who welcomes the renowned Ethiopian gallerist and self-taught art historian and Mesai Haileleul to be interviewed. Mr. Haileleul opened the first gallery representing Ethiopian artists in Los Angeles in the 1990s and now, with Rakeb…
 
Humans have been protesting for as long as we can remember, and we don’t have plans of stopping anytime soon. There are so many important ways to protest; one of the biggest is with our bodies and what we wear. So today, Dom & Mary are going to deep dive into the history of protest fashion: how we make a statement when our voices are silenced. And …
 
In 2020 Project X, The Opportunities Are Here arrived in Uganda, presented by the Ethical Fashion Initiative and the EU. Surely the EFI’s most fun project to date, this televised talent competition followed a nation-wide call for young creative entrepreneurs in Africa. But there’s also serious agenda - building economic opportunity. The hit TV show…
 
This week's podcast is guest hosted by American stylist and creative director Alexander-Julian (AJ) Gibbson. In a vibrant conversation with Abrima Erwiah, co-founder and president of fashion social enterprise Studio 189, you'll hear all about creating, running and building a fashion business with purpose in Accra. Studio 189 is an award-winning fas…
 
Alexander-Julian Gibbson is a Houston-based stylist and content creator known for his directional shoots for magazines (think GQ, Vogue and Flaunt) and musicians like Patoranking. This week, Simone and Clare meet the Nigerian-American creative force to discuss Lagos style, why the world is looking to African fashion right now, and career pathways f…
 
This episode is about fashion and art, healing and opportunities in Burrundi. Today a creative scene is blossoming in Bujumbura with artists, musicians, photographers and designers using the power of self-expression and the beauty of creativity to connect, and foster new economic opportunities. Margaux Wong designer Margaux Rusita is one such creat…
 
In part 2 of discussing recent crises, Dom and Mary talk about the connection of the Texas crisis to our general water crisis. They reflect on how their relationship to water is shaped by their recent experiences, as well as their long-term goals of deepening their connection to water.
 
This week we meet two rising fashion design stars. Both are part of the Ethical Fashion Initiative's Accelerator Programme for emerging African designers. Jennifer Mulli is the founder of Kenyan brand Jiamini - made by women for women. Known for its jewellery, in particular extravagant beaded neckpieces, bracelets and bags, they use age-old craft t…
 
Access to technology is changing the game for a new generation of young African entrepreneurs, and the creative economy provides exciting opportunities on the continent. But with young people making up 60% of Africa’s unemployed, how can they overcome career challenges and harness digital connectivity to get ahead? And what skills and qualities are…
 
Dom and Mary sit down and dive deep into the events of Texas's winter storm that swept through the state in February. The two connect how climate change and social injustices led to millions of people being without power, heat, or water throughout the Lone Star State, and reflect upon how living through this moment has informed how they think and a…
 
Virgil Abloh is one of the most interesting designers working in the global fashion industry today. He is the artistic director of menswear at Louis Vuitton, as well as the creative force behind his own brand Off-White. A true polymath, he is a multi-media artist who moves culture forwards and describes his creative process, across multiple platfor…
 
On this weeks episode with my guest co-host Michael-René, we explore strategies and alternative approaches for bringing this very intense year to a close, with a positive perspective on what we've all successfully achieved. Do you set new year resolutions? Do you find them effective or discouraging? What's your alternative to setting resolutions? H…
 
Low waste living. What exactly is that? What does that lifestyle choice actually look like everyday? Is that a life of deprivation or freedom? Is that an affordable way of living? What do I have to give up? Is this even a realistic way to live? What kind of commitment is required? How come I don’t see faces that look like mine doing this? Is this o…
 
Many people are becoming more interested, excited and intentional in learning about the impact of their daily choices. They’re also very eager to learn about simple and actionable ways that they can live more sustainably. Have you ever wondered about the actual meaning of some of the terms you hear almost everywhere now? Like greenwashing, slow fas…
 
On this weeks episode, we explore effective strategies to navigate a very important and necessary topic, which many prefer not to discuss at all. Politics. Our differences. Saving our relationships! Because of the damage and disappointments that our differences are inflicting on many relationships, it has now become a discussion that's no longer un…
 
On this weeks episode I go further inside the sewing and creators community. During this pandemic, there has certainly been a great serge (surge) in sewing, along with many other creative outlets. From people making hundreds and even thousands of masks, to others taking up sewing to fill the desires and needs for creative activities and escape. Let…
 
On this weeks episode, we look inside The Underrecognized And Fascinating World Of Men Who Thrift. Women are always on the forefront when it comes to fashion, which also applies to the thrifting world as well. Men play a huge role in the fashion, thrifting and sustainability community too, and I wanted to bring that well deserved recognition to the…
 
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