Dress with Sense
Here at (re)vision society we are very honoured to be recommended in the new book Dress [with] Sense by the crew at Redress. Redress is an environmental NGO working to reduce waste in the fashion industry. They achieve this through a variety of programmes, initiatives and campaigns. Redress aims to enhance, educate and enable the adoption of a more sustainable fashion industry that helps to minimise the negative and maximise the positive impacts of the fashion industry on society and the environment. Collectively, Redress collaborates with a wide range of stakeholders, including fashion designers ,textile and garment manufacturers, brands and retailers, schools and universities, private sector organisations, multilateral organisations, governments, NGOs, media organisations and consumers.
The book, published by Thames & Hudson is available in English and French (and soon in Korean). Focusing on four themes: buy, wear, care and dispose – the book offers an easy to read guide giving fashion facts and practical tips for readers to enjoy a lifelong journey towards developing a more conscious closet. It includes tips from inspiring people from around the world, from models to bloggers to activists, who champion sustainable wardrobe ethics and aesthetics.
The book was written by Christina Dean, Hannah Lane and Sofia Tärneberg and is available from many outlets across the world, see the list of stockists here.