Cara Delevingne on why we should all be fighting the climate crisis. This week, news broke that there has officially been a big uptake in young people becoming online climate activists – with the number of 12 to 15-year-olds talking about climate change across social media rising from 12 percent to 18 percent over the last year.
Climate is a big environmental concern. Influencers take actions to step out to appeal the whole world for encouraging to fight with it. More environmentally consciousness ask us either as producers or consumers, should concern more about sustainability. As individuals, we also have different ways to improve it. – jiayujiang
Experts have called this “The Greta Effect”.
But the question remains: are we doing enough offline, too? Making changes to our lives that actually reduce our plastic consumption and ecological footprints? Five architects tell us what their cities should look like in 2075. Architects from Lisbon to Lagos tell us how they’re reimagining urban spaces for a greener future Few things are as certain as climate change, but our continuing desire to live in cities is one of them.
Due to climate change, all the artists, not only fashion designers but also architects, desire a beautiful and green vision of our future. We need to come up a blue print for building a sustainable world. – jiayujiang
Memo Akten’s art sees artificial intelligence tackle life, love, and faith. “What does love look like?
What does faith look like? Or ritual? How climate positivity could revolutionize the fashion industry. Photo by Don Emmert/AFP via Getty Images.
The hot topic of the year: Sustainability. Fashion industry becomes more and more conscious about it and in this article, Slow Factory Foundation announces a new terms for sustainability as “climate positivity", which means going back to our roots of living in harmony with nature. Fashion improves with science. This behaviour also encourages people to use their strengths and fields in the fight for climate justice, rather than only to be front-facing activists. – jiayujiang
There’s no doubt that fashion is having a major sustainability moment.
In Lyst's Year in Fashion report last year, the global fashion search platform reported that searches that include sustainability-related keywords have increased 75% year on year. Todd Hido’s Photos of Empty Rooms Take on New Meaning in Isolation. Meet the Berliners reinventing their small businesses to survive the coronavirus. Design By Purpose. Why write a book now?
Estée Lauder is reopening a factory just to produce hand sanitiser. Following in the footsteps of LVMH, L'Oréal Group, and Coty Inc., Estée Lauder Companies has become the latest beauty big dog to join the hand sanitiser effort.
WWD reported this week that the company has reopened its Melville, NY, manufacturing facility in order to produce hand sanitiser which is urgently needed during the current coronavirus pandemic. The sanitiser will be distributed to high-need groups including front-line medical staff, a spokeswoman for the company said in a statement. “We are grateful to our employees who have worked tirelessly to make this possible. Compensated, employee volunteers will support this vital, meaningful effort,” the statement continued. How to shop more consciously, by fashion archive Disruptive Berlin. How to support the creative community amid COVID-19. The Creative Industries Federation is offering help, advice, and free membership for creative freelancers in need – Harris Reed, Richard Malone, Charles Jeffrey, and Wilson Oryema speak on the need for togetherness and action As the coronavirus continues to spread across the world, social distancing measures have forced the closure of cultural institutions and cancellations of events globally.
While not getting sick or infecting loved ones is a primary worry for many, the pressures of a society built on capitalism is a serious concern when the entire economy (except pharmacies and supermarkets) has grinded to a halt. Despite UK chancellor Rishi Sunak delivering three successive budgets to help bailout businesses and workers during the pandemic, there’s been little recognition of the plight of nearly five million self-employed people and freelancers in Britain, many of whom make up the country’s creative industries. Most shoes are made with lots of plastic. Can that change? This article was created in partnership with the National Geographic Society.
Plastic is one of the biggest environmental problem. Customers and society start caring more about sustainability of product. For fashion industry, recycled materials will become more and more important in the future. It also gives an impact on fast fashion, which is considered that this industry has consumed too much resources. – jiayujiang
The shoe that changed everything, according to designer D’Wayne Edwards, was the Nike Air Max 1.
It was like nothing the young Edwards had ever seen. A Two-Story Gym in Beijing That Comes Complete with a Slide. Meet the new faces of LGBTQ+ modelling agency New Pandemics. Seven models break down their relationship with the fashion world and discuss their life as part of the New Pandemics family With a focus on promoting the visibility of LGBTQ+ models within the fashion industry, New Pandemics was founded by casting director Cody Chandler in 2018.
Aiming to create a go-to modelling agency for brands that want to be genuinely diverse, it seems his mission is paying off, with a host of New Pandemics faces seen walking at Savage X Fenty, Balenciaga, and Collina Strada during the SS20 season alone. “Being part of the New Pandemics family has been really special,” says June Gordon, a transgender model who has been with New Pandemics for over year now. “It makes me feel safe and taken care of in a way that I’m figuring out can be rare in the fashion industry.” ‘This time I’m scared’: SARS virologist warns Wuhan virus is far worse, as China locks down second city. The virus that has infected hundreds in China shows signs of being far worse than SARS, a prominent virologist has warned after travelling to Wuhan.
Yi Guan, who played an important role in tracing the development of SARS, spoke just hours before Chinese authorities prepared to put a second city on lockdown, employing increasingly harsh measures to control the spread of the deadly Wuhan virus. Office Magazine.