Ethical fashion/conscious style links
- War On Want
War on Want are a charity that campaigns for human rights and against the root causes of global poverty, inequality and injustice. They frequently campaign for the rights of sweatshop workers.
- MA Ethical Fashion at UCA Epsom
This MA in Ethical Fashion is the first in the UK. It enables students to engage in the current debates around the ethics of the fashion industry, exploring the potential for the industry to evolve and to positively impact on developing economies and the lives of those working in global supply chains.
Thread is the BBC's monthly online magazine dedicated to Ethical Fashion, with lots of features, videos and photographs.
- Swishing - Ethical Fashion and Clothes Swapping
Swishing is a party concept where 'groups of friends get together to swap gorgeous clothes and party at the same time'.
- RE:FASHION Awards for Eco Fabulous - Green & Ethical Fashion
The RE:Fashion Awards are the world's first dedicated ethical fashion awards celebrating people and organizations in the fashion industry who are taking great strides in tackling poverty, environmental issues and changing consumer attitudes to ethical fashion and aiming to transform the fashion industry within a decade.
- Wearorganic - PAN UK
The Pesticide Action Network works to eliminate the dangers of toxic pesticides and their website has a section dedicated to organic cotton.
- Noir - In Darkness, All Colours Agree
Noir is an ethical fashion label created by Danish designer Peter Ingwersen. It produces luxurious fashion made with sustainable and certified fabrics. Noir and Illuminati II, its sister company, are helping to establish a sustainable fabric production of organic cotton in Uganda.
- My fashion footprint: Is your wardrobe bad for the planet?
In this article from The Independent, Matilda Lee talks about how to assess the damage your wardrobe is causing to the environment.
Make do and Mend contains lots of useful information about how to update and revitalise your wardrobe, and about the issues surrounding the overconsumption of clothes. It was produced by Nathalie Gotschalk, a former student of the MA in Ethical Fashion at Epsom College.
- Labour Behind the Label
Labour Behind the Label is a not-for-profit company supporting garment workers' efforts worldwide to defend their rights.