Contribute!Do you have store or brand recommendations? Do you love to wear fair trade? If so, I'd love for you to get involved. Email Style Wise at firstname.lastname@example.org.
No Instagram images were found.
Grab a button for your blog!
Join 437 other subscribers
- An error has occurred; the feed is probably down. Try again later.
Tag Archives: bangladesh
new article up on Relevant!
Good afternoon. I’m excited to share my newest Relevant Magazine article, The Cost of Spending Less, with you today! Click here to read. And feel free to add to the discussion on the article page or here in the comments. … Continue reading
Posted in Essays Tagged 12 goals, article, bangladesh, cost of spending less, fair trade, relevant magazine, state of the garment industry, sustainability 3 Comments
fashion revolution day & a sale
Buy sustainable. Buy vintage. But really, there are many avenues for people trying to buy more ethically. And there are many layers to creating and promoting an ethical lifestyle. First, we have to change the way we think about clothing. … Continue reading
Posted in Essays, news Tagged bangladesh, change, consumerism, fashion revolution day, fast fashion, megacorporation, platinum and rust, progress, sustainability 1 Comment
the shirt on your back
On the eve of the anniversary of the Rana Plaza collapse, I thought I’d share The Guardian‘s interactive documentary feature, The Shirt on Your Back, that recounts the events that led to a death toll exceeding 1,000 and follows up … Continue reading
Posted in news Tagged bangladesh, death toll, dhaka, fast fashion, garment workers, rana plaza, the guardian, the shirt on your back 1 Comment
read this: the eco edit
People Tree, a fair trade fashion label based in London, just released their second Eco Edit digital magazine. This one focuses on life after the Rhana Plaza collapse. It’s pretty bleak, but it’s so important that we read firsthand accounts … Continue reading
Posted in Resources Tagged bangladesh, fair trade, people tree, rhana plaza, the eco edit 1 Comment
Thought provoking reads on consumption, charity, and corporations: Clothing Ourselves in Shame: Why do we pay for convenience but not for the lives of the people who make our clothes?; David Cloutier for Catholic Moral Theology My favorite pet peeve … Continue reading
Posted in Resources Tagged articles, bangladesh, buycott, catholic moral theology, fair trade, fast fashion, jon krakauer, mother jones, three cups of deceit Leave a comment
world fair trade day
Happy World Fair Trade Day! Fair Trade Organizations work collectively together to ensure fair wages and sustainable livelihood for small producers. The World Fair Trade Day is a worldwide appeal to consumers to include Fair Trade in their shopping bags, businesses to incorporate Fair Trade … Continue reading
Posted in news Tagged bangladesh, ethics, events, fair trade, festival, sustainable, world fair trade day 2013 2 Comments