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Fashion Business | June Edit

Our top fashion business reads from June 2019…

by The AFC

25 June 2019

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Fashion Business | June Edit

 


via BBC News / Reuters

via BBC News / Reuters

Australian retail: Why so many fashion brands have collapsed | BBC News

“For decades, Australia's rag traders were sheltered from global competitors due to their geographic isolation. But international competition is finally starting to bite…”

by Frances Mao

 


via Vogue Business /  1017 Alyx 9SM

via Vogue Business / 1017 Alyx 9SM

Matthew Williams is using blockchain to tell Alyx’s story | Vogue Business

“Brands can use blockchain to cultivate deeper connections between consumers and the products they buy, and combat suspicions of greenwashing…”

by Lucy Macguire

 


via Vogue Australia / Getty Images

via Vogue Australia / Getty Images

5 ways to fix fashion’s biggest pollution problem | Vogue Australia

“Clashing, two-tone, co-ord, block – wearing colour is fundamental to our self-expression. But with dyeing techniques contributing so heavily to the climate crisis, our love of colour is going to make the world a much duller place unless things change, fast…”

by Jess Cole

 


via SMH / Shutterstock

via SMH / Shutterstock

Why most consumers are still not buying ethical fashion | Sydney Morning Herald

“Ask a group of people if they'd like to shop more ethically and sustainably, and few would say "no". But ask those same people how much they're prepared to pay extra for their clothing and the answers would vary widely…”

by Melissa Singer

 


via Fashionista / Imaxtree

via Fashionista / Imaxtree

New under-18 model bans are changing how agencies recruit and sign talent | Fashionista

“In March, luxury conglomerate Kering announced that, starting with the Fall 2020 season, its brands, which include Gucci, Saint Laurent and Balenciaga, would no longer employ models under the age of 18…”

by Erin Cunningham

 

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