Weekly Digest10 Jun 2016
This Friday we're back with our favourite online news stories and articles of interest that we've found along this week.
With World Oceans Day having been celebrated last Wednesday, there's of course been a big focus on the state of our seas and how we can protect them. Parely of the Oceans founder Cyrill Gutsch's take on how the fashion industry can do their bit can be read on Dezeen.
Fashion design graduate shows have also made headlines and i-D has caught with some of them at CSM to hear about their hopes for the future of their industry.
There have also been various brands, retail concepts and initiatives that have caught our attention, such as Jason Markk's sneaker repair shop in NYC.
So before we go on and spoil it all, here are our picks. As always please feel free to share whatever article we might have missed and have a great weekend!
Your Consciously Sartorial Team
Nasa to Map Coral Reefs from the Air to Show Impact of Climate Change
Turns Out Dying Coral Reefs Smell Even
Worse Than They Look
Plastic is a design failure says Parley
for the Oceans founder Cyrill Gutsch
Most Big Users Failing on Cotton Sustainability
Latvian Designer Invented Pine-Wool to Be
Used in Textiles and Paper
Bruno Pieters Sets Antwerp Exhibit on Sustainability
Levi’s Launches “Collaboratory” to Boost
Innovation in Sustainable Fashion
Sustainable Fashion Brands Barcelona 2016
Slower Guide, Spain - Directory of Sustainable Fashion Brands
10 Fashion Students Tell Us About Their Hopes for the Future of the Fashion Industry
Pharrell opens NYC flagship G-Star RAW
store with BMX ride
Attention: Creator at Work
Eco Fashion Talk
Eco Fashion Talk
Bunosilo: Slow Fashion Made-To-Order,
Made For You
Pride 2016 Style
Dirty Sneakers? One Expert Offers a Solution