Author Archives: Anupama Pasricha

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Anupama Pasricha

3D printing and sustainability

“Exploration of 3D printing to create zero-waste sustainable fashion notions and jewelry” in the Journal Fashion and Textiles. Fee free to full-text access by using the following link: https://rdcu.be/beu2r. Advertisements

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Stella McCartney: What is next?

In chapter 6 of Sustainable Fashion textbook, the phrase “green is the new black” is repeated. This phrase means that it is popular to incorporate sustainable, or “green”, garments into your wardrobe; just as fashionable as wearing black. Stella McCartney … Continue reading

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Everlane’s Radical Transparency: What Next?

The EVERLANE Company is very particular when it comes to were their product is being produced, how they are produced, and are transparent. One of the metaphors that best describe or fit this company is the chain metaphor. Chain metaphor … Continue reading

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Stories of my designs

Please go to the link and enjoy! The Power Suit: Sustainable and Stylish, an Empowering Eco-pioneer Perfect Patola: A Memoir

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Ten Thousand Villages

Short Synopsis- This is a company that enables artisans and craftsmen from developing countries to create and sell their products on a global level through ten thousand villages. They call this practice a maker-to-market method. 1.) Which of the metaphors in … Continue reading

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People Tree from the lens of Sustainable Fashion: What Next? book

Ch 6, Sustainable Fashion: What Next? – I think the chain metaphor best describes this company. The metaphor explains that the chain method is linear. That the company explains each step of their manufacturing process. However, what makes this different from … Continue reading

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Hackwith Design House, MN

When reading Chapter six, in the Sustainable Fashion Whats Next?, it discusses the importance of mixing metaphors in the fiber textile and apparel complex. Now putting the books’ chapter on such in comparison to actual fashion industries and what their … Continue reading

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