Posts Tagged ‘Book’

Snippets from the new Routledge Handbook of Sustainability in Fashion

RIH-Sustainability-and-Fashion-featured-post

For a ‘140-character-or-less’ flavour of the Routledge Handbook of Sustainability in Fashion, here are some of my tweets about the new book (in chapter running order) to whet your appetites:

Joanne Entwistle: How fashion history in social science chimes with sustainability concerns in the new #sustfash_handbook. @KingsCollegeLon

Louise St. Pierre: tension/reconciliation w industrial design & nature’s ‘inviolable’ systems @routledgebooks #sustfash_handbook @EmilyCarrU

Are we in ‘The Great Turning’ -the reawakening of our role in living systems? via J Macy & @johnthackara in Routledge’s #sustfash_handbook?

[Read More]

Tags: , , , ,

Second Edition out now!

It’s been six electric years since the Sustainable Fashion and Textiles: Design Journeys was first published and to mark this anniversary Earthscan from Routledge has released a fully updated Second Edition with new content. I continue to be humbled and grateful that the book has found such resonance with so many of you working and thinking and transforming sustainability ideas in the context of fashion and textiles and by the knowledge that the book is in use in commercial design studios and the key text in seminar rooms around the world. [Read More]

Tags: , , , ,

Book launch: 22 May, London

Join us for the launch of my new book (co-authored with Lynda Grose) in Carnaby Book Exchange, London on 22 May at 18:30 where I will be in conversation with Patrick Laine, Director of Corporate Partnerships, WWF-UK.

RSVP essential csf.events@fashion.arts.ac.uk

Tags: , , , ,

Just out… Fashion & Sustainability: Design for Change

Hot of the press and available in English, Spanish and Portuguese Fashion and Sustainability: Design for Change.

By Kate Fletcher and Lynda Grose. Published March 2012 by Laurence King (London).

Sustainability is arguably the defining theme of the twenty-first century and the issues it presents to the fashion industry are broad ranging, including labour abuses, toxic chemicals use and conspicuous consumption. This book examines how sustainability has the potential to transform both the fashion system and the innovators who work within it.  [Read More]

Tags: , , , , , ,