We've been following the long career of Patrick Robinson, from his work at some of biggest names in fashion—Gap, Armani, and Paco Rabanne—to the creation of his own brand, Pashko. Having seen the good, bad and ugly of supply chain, manufacturing, and production, Patrick started Paskho to translate his industry knowledge into progressive action by implementing best-in-class fair trade and sustainability practices.
Vintage queen Jess Tran of Second Life Marketplace and Ghost Vintage knows the power of reuse and renewal. We spoke with her about her passion for vintage and the importance of keeping things circular.
Journalist & Director Sophia Li brings a refreshingly approachable and inspiring voice to the sustainability movement. She helps us break down what the Circular Economy is, how the fashion industry can do better, and a few ways all can do our part to live life more sustainably. The Sustainability Spectrum Sophia Li’s sustainability journey has been years in the making. In conversation with the journalist and director, Thousand Fell co-founder Chloe was able to glean insight into how she walks the walk. “Everyone is on their own sustainability journey” is the very first thing Sophia explains....
To kick off Circularity Week—podcaster, entreprenuer, and our friend, Liv Perez of Friend of a Friend interviewed Sandra Capponi of Good on You on The Future of Sustainable Fashion.
With the products we want just a click away, we often forget how much waste is created in the warehousing, shipping, and returns process of shopping online. Luckily, Ben Jones of Ohi & Andrew Pease of Happy Returns are creating future-thinking solutions for modern problems.