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Fashion Revolution Week showcasing 'transparent' Australian designers and manufacturers. Updated Small Australian-made designers are providing relief in the fashion industry by designing and manufacturing their clothes locally as some big players struggle to stay afloat.

Fashion Revolution Week showcasing 'transparent' Australian designers and manufacturers

The Australian textiles industry has become much smaller over the last 50 years, with more than 90 per cent of locals now wearing clothes made overseas. But small businesses like Sydney's Good Day Girl are creating a niche market for local manufacturers and finding success with customers seeking ethical practices and transparency around clothes production. Founders Alexia Spalding and Sophie Toohey have a slow fashion approach: with a focus on eliminating waste, all their garments are made to order in factories around Sydney. 3 Times This Led To Disaster For Designers - Ragtrader. Lisa Ho: stock for miles Enough dress bags to last two years, enough shoes boxes to run a race around Surry Hills and 43 kilometres of unused fabric with a value of between $400,000 - $500,000.

3 Times This Led To Disaster For Designers - Ragtrader

These were some of the stunning revelations administrators for designer label Lisa Ho revealed at a Ragtrader Live conference. Lisa Ho Designs and Lisa Ho Retail went into voluntary administration with debts of nearly $11 million in 2013. However, the supply chain issues are timeless. Daily Telegraph. To use this website, cookies must be enabled in your browser. To enable cookies, follow the instructions for your browser below.

Facebook App: Open links in External Browser There is a specific issue with the Facebook in-app browser intermittently making requests to websites without cookies that had previously been set. How design rip-offs are hurting Australia's small clothing manufacturers. Posted Tucked away in a back street of the Melbourne suburb of Brunswick, Dale Cornell's business is one of the few remaining players in Australia's rapidly shrinking clothing manufacturing industry.

How design rip-offs are hurting Australia's small clothing manufacturers

His double-storey building looks like it could be a bikie club from the outside, but inside it is stacked with rolls of exquisite fabrics and designs. The top floor also houses a huge screen-printing machine, and downstairs is an expansive cutting table along with half a dozen industrial sewing machines humming away. Dale Cornell cuts an imposing figure, yet is softly spoken as he talks about his years as a manufacturer, designer and screen printer. Online 'pirates' ripping off Australian designers, prompting calls for 'urgent' law update. Updated Media player: "Space" to play, "M" to mute, "left" and "right" to seek.

Online 'pirates' ripping off Australian designers, prompting calls for 'urgent' law update

Knock-offs, pitfalls and start-ups: Alex Perry on Australia's fashion industry. Updated.

Knock-offs, pitfalls and start-ups: Alex Perry on Australia's fashion industry

TFIA Directory - Home. Social Alterations. Josefa Da Silva Catwalk Champions Diversity At New York Fashion Week. NEW YORK, NY - FEBRUARY 15: Models walk the runway at Josefa da Silva - Art Hearts Fashion NYFW Fall/Winter 2016 at The Angel Orensanz Foundation on February 15, 2016 in New York City.

Josefa Da Silva Catwalk Champions Diversity At New York Fashion Week

(Photo by Kris Connor/Getty Images For Art Hearts Fashion) NEW YORK, NY - FEBRUARY 15: A model walks the runway at Josefa da Silva - Art Hearts Fashion NYFW Fall/Winter 2016 at The Angel Orensanz Foundation on February 15, 2016 in New York City. Fashion Revolution (fashion industry transparency) By Harriet Lamb 1 year ago However much we know about history, it still strikes a visceral blow to think how previous generations actually lived with the acceptance of the transatlantic slave trade as a normal part of life.

Fashion Revolution (fashion industry transparency)

A Documentary Film. About — Cotton Road. Partial funding for Cotton Road provided by: Council of International Education, Fulbright Scholars Program The Fledgling Fund The South Carolina Humanities Council University of South Carolina Research Opportunity Program University of South Carolina Creative and Performing Arts Grant Program Frank W.

about — Cotton Road

Director, Producer, Videographer, EditorLaura Kissel Producer in China Li Zhen ComposerFang Man Director of Audience Engagement and OutreachJessica Bichler. Clean Clothes Campaign. Labour Behind the Label. #whomademyclothes.

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Fashion Incubator » Table of Contents. Faceup Stories: 22 {Monster High Draculaura} 15940.pdf. Online Game : Unfair Factory. Baby, Toddler & Children Clothing websites. Ethics in Clothing Production. Intellectual Property Rights for fashion Designers. Clothing Labelling Requirements Activity Hyperlinks. Manufacturing Techniques. ICTs in Textiles and Fashion. TCF Industry Information. What is a Bill of Materials (BOM) What is a sketch sheet. What is cuttable width? Posted by Kathleen Fasanella on Jun 12, 2014 at 5:24 pm / Designers must know, Production / Trackback What is cuttable width and why does it matter?

What is cuttable width?

1. Cuttable width is the measurement of fabric from side to side, less the selvedge. Usually. 2. An example is the brocade above. Whoever makes your marker (usually the pattern maker or pattern grader) will need this measurement.

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The Queen buys Savile Row. The Queen buys Savile Row BY JULIA FRANK 13 th Aug 2014 The Crown Estate and a Norwegian bank partner on the deal.

The Queen buys Savile Row

The Queen’s property company The Crown Estate (it belongs to whoever is the reigning monarch of the UK) has purchased a majority holding in the Pollen Estate, whose portfolio includes 43 properties on Savile Row and Cork Street in London’s Mayfair (which we all know, according to Monopoly, is one of the priciest slices of real estate in the world). The purchase has been made in conjunction with Norges Bank Investment Management, the central bank of Norway, to buy 64.2% of the Pollen Estate for £381 million. The land was previously owned by the Church of England. “We recognised the long-term investment opportunity of the Pollen Estate holdings, particularly in their core streets of Savile Row and Cork Street,” says David Shaw, head of the Crown Estate’s Regent Street portfolio.

The Crown Estate’s portfolio already includes properties in St. David Jones appoints new CEO. 10 Infographics on the Fashion Industry. Fashion by the numbers. Think fashion is just about shopping and trends? Think again. These ten infographics put into numbers and graphs the impacts of the fashion industry, from textile waste to t-shirt lifecyles, and dive into the fascinating history of items like the bikini.