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This introductory text to sustainability in fashion includes best practice case studies and profiles of companies such as Patagonia, Veja, Christopher Raeburn, and Stella McCartney. It begins with an overview of the fashion business, tackling the issues of the linear production model of make, use, dispose, before exploring the idea of the circular supply chain across all areas of the industry.
Circular Fashion is the must-have book for students, creatives and anyone passionate about sustainability and fashion.
“A marvelous book that hits the target exactly. It is written in a clear and organized manner. It covers the history of materials in a storytelling manner that keeps the reader interest. It is a broad-based explanation in a nutshell of the whole move to Circularity.” Caroline Daniels, Babson College
“This book matches what we cover in class and provides another perspective.” Melinda Adam, University of the Incarnate Word
From the Publisher
Peggy Blum is an award-winning university professor with 30 years of experience, who enjoys teaching students better ways to consume fashion. She advises and participates in sustainable fashion education initiatives around the world, and has consulted on projects for fashion designers, magazines, and trend agencies in New York, Los Angeles, Tel Aviv, and London.