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The sustainable fashion handbook / [edited by] Sandy Black.

Contributor(s): Black, Sandy [editor of compilation.]Material type: TextTextPublication details: New York ; London : Thames & Hudson, 2013Description: 352 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 35 cmISBN: 9780500290569 (pbk.)Subject(s): Fashion -- Environmental aspects | Sustainability | Beauty and FashionDDC classification: 746.92 LOC classification: TT507 | .S93 2013
Contents:
5050 [Part] 1. Self and beauty: culture and consumption -- [Part 1.1] Fashion cultures -- The game of fashion and LOOKBOOK.nu / Otto von Busch -- Sustainable fashion in the age of celebrity culture/ Pamela Church Gibson -- The hidden persuaders and their dark screens of meaning / Emma Neuberg -- [Part 1.2] Ethics and aesthetics -- Stella McCartney / Sandy Black -- Edun / Sandy Black -- Dame Vivienne Westwood / Sandy Black -- Katharine Hamnett / Sandy Black -- Eileen Fisher / Sandy Black -- The design of a new prosperity / Simonetta Carbonaro -- [Part 1.3] Fashion business -- Everyday fashion / Edward Baker -- Continental clothing / Sandy Black -- ASOS / Sandy Black -- Muji and Uniqlo / Nick Cambridge -- H&M / Amelia Williams -- EJF Foundation t-shirt / Sandy Black -- [Part 1.4] New frontiers -- Energy and environmental impact of washing and drying clothing / Chris Jardine -- What if the washing machine becomes a service? / Clare Brass -- The life cycle of denim trousers -- Can fashion ever be sustainable? / Sandy Black -- Argentina denim: culture, politics, fashion / Gavin Fernandes, Sandy Black -- Consumer understanding of sustainability in clothing -- [Part] 2. Desire and fashion: design and innovation -- [Part 2.1] Fashion design innovators -- Hussein Chalayan / Sandy Black -- Dai Fujiwara (Issey Miyake) / Sandy Black -- Galahad Clark (VivoBarefoot, Terra Plana, United Nude) / Sandy Black -- Pete Lankford (Timberland) / Sharn Sandor -- Designers are T-shaped / Clare Brass -- Sustainable fashion and textile design / Rebecca Earley -- TED's ten sustainable design strategies -- Yohji Yamamoto -- [Part 2.2] Fashion design processes -- Considerate design: supporting sustainable fashion design / Sandy Black and Claudia Eckert -- Designers fashioning the future industry / Dilys Williams -- Joining the dots: connecting design to a sustainable future / Clare Brass and Flora Bowden -- Nike / Amelia Williams -- Lorrie Vogel (Nike) / Sharn Sandor -- Bless / Sandy Black -- Eley Kishimoto / Sandy Black -- Key lessons for sustainable innovation / Martin Charter -- Peter Kallen (NAU) / Sandy Black -- [Part 2.3] Fashion creativity and education -- Catalysts for change: a political future for fashion education / Frances Corner -- Seven luxury myths / World Wildlife Fund (WWF) -- Laura Queening (Aura Que) / Dilys Williams -- "Classics" and sustainability / David Wolfe -- Shelley Fox / Sandy Black -- [Part] 3. Craft and industry: transparency and livelihood -- [Part 3.1] Ethical issues and transparency in the supply chain -- Hidden people: workers in the garment supply chain / Liz Parker and Sam Maher -- Erin O'Connor visits emboidery workers in India -- Can sustainability be cool? / Caryn Franklin -- Tim Wilson (Historic Futures) / Sandy Black -- Prosperity without growth / Tim Jackson -- Allanna McAspurn (MADE-BY) / Sandy Black -- [Part 3.2] Fashion craft -- Blueprint for sustainability: the evolution of traditional Indian textiles from local consumption to the global market / Eiluned Edwards with Ismail Khatri -- Perspectives on fashion and textile manufacturing / Sandy Black -- Dries Van Noten / Sandy Black -- Risto Bimbiloski / Duska Zagorac -- Monsoon / Sandy Black -- People Tree / Sandy Black -- Annegret Affolderbach (Choolips) / Sandy Black -- Goods of Conscience / Sandy Black -- Manish Arora: Indian craft and high fashion / Phyllida Jay -- Design for development: a creative tool for bottom-up development / Judith Condor-Vidal -- [Part 3.3] The greening of the fashion industry -- Jane Shepherdson (Whistles) / Sandy Black -- GAP / Amelia Williams -- Walmart and Asda / Amelia Williams -- New Look and Echotex / Liz Parker -- Sustainability in the luxury industry / Burak Cakmak -- Marks & Spencer's commitment to sustainability / Sandy Black -- [Part 3.4] Certification and labelling -- The GM cotton debate: science or ideology? / Damien Sanfilippo -- The GM cotton debate: why it is important to differentiate between science and the use of science / Simon Ferrigno -- Paradigm-shifting in transparency and traceability / John Mowbray -- Bluesign standard / Peter Waeber -- Organic textiles: standards and certification / Lee Holdstock -- The Asia Floor Wage campaign / Clean Clothes Campaign -- What is fair trade? / World Fair Trade Organization -- [Part] 4. Speed and distance: ecology and waste -- [Part 4.1] Sustainability and pleasure -- Sustainability, pleasure and fashion politics / Kate Fletcher -- [Part 4.2] Fashion business and manufacturing -- TRAIDremade / Sandy Black -- Can the clothing industry ever be sustainable? / Michael Flanagan -- From eco-efficiency to the circular economy / Nick Morley -- [Part 4.3] Fashion cycles and clothing life cycles -- Slow and fast fashion / Mathilda Tham -- Thoughts on sustainable fashion / David Shah -- Enduring fashion: favourite pieces / Nilgin Yusuf and Edward Barber -- minä perhonen / Sandy Black -- [Part 4.4] New luxury -- Sustainable luxury fashion: challenges and initiatives / Phyllida Jay -- Noir / Stacy Anderson and Sandy Black -- [Part 4.5] Fashion and environment -- Questioning identity / Lucy Orta -- Sustainability in the dyeing and finishing industry / Phil Patterson -- Synthetic fibres / Simon Bennett -- Fossil fuel / Gavin Fernandes -- [Part 4.6] Clothing waste and recycling -- Zero-waste cutting / Mark Liu -- From Somewhere / Sandy Black -- Solving problems, not adding to them / Reet Aus -- Christopher Raeburn / Sandy Black -- Junky Styling / Sandy Black -- Yomode / Sandy Black -- Worn Again: corporate upcycling and remanufacturing textile waste / Sandy Black -- Terra Plana footwear / Sandy Black -- Tamara Fogle upcycled bags / Sandy Black -- Maison Martin Margiela 'Artisinal' line / Sandy Black -- Textile recycling in the UK / Alan Wheeler -- Everything must go / Lucy Norris and Tim Mitchell -- Garth Ward / Sandy Black -- [Part] 5. Techno eco: new fashion paradigms -- [Part 5.1] Fashion and technology -- High-performance outdoor clothing / Sandy Black -- Nature as a paradigm for sustainability in the textile and apparel industry / Veronika Kapsali -- Debating nanotechnologies / Richard Jones -- [Part 5.2] Personalization and customization -- Mass customization: a strategy for sustainability in the fashion industry / Frank Piller and Frank Steiner -- Bodyscanning and fit: the impact of new technologies on sustainable fashion / Susan Ashdown -- David Mason (Nutters of Savile Row) / Sandy Black -- Fits.me virtual fitting room / Sandy Black -- [Part 5.3] Virtual fashion -- Fashion blogging: the new fashion journalism / Agnès Rocamora and Djurdja Bartlett -- Boom and bust in the betaverse / Sue Jenkyn Jones -- The future of virtual fashion / Julia Gaimster -- [Part 5.4] Future textiles and fashion -- Wonderland: disappearing dresses / Helen Storey and Tony Ryan -- Key directions for textiles and sustainability in the coming decade / Marie O'Mahony -- Siddhartha Upadhyaya (DPOL) / Sandy Black -- Manel Torres (Fabrican) / Sandy Black -- BioCouture: growing fabrics for fashion / Sandy Black -- Boudicca: design in flux / Sandy Black -- Technology in fashion / Sandy Black -- Direct product manufacturing / Sandy Black -- Future scenarios / Forum for the Future.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 324-330) and index.

5050 [Part] 1. Self and beauty: culture and consumption -- [Part 1.1] Fashion cultures -- The game of fashion and LOOKBOOK.nu / Otto von Busch -- Sustainable fashion in the age of celebrity culture/ Pamela Church Gibson -- The hidden persuaders and their dark screens of meaning / Emma Neuberg -- [Part 1.2] Ethics and aesthetics -- Stella McCartney / Sandy Black -- Edun / Sandy Black -- Dame Vivienne Westwood / Sandy Black -- Katharine Hamnett / Sandy Black -- Eileen Fisher / Sandy Black -- The design of a new prosperity / Simonetta Carbonaro -- [Part 1.3] Fashion business -- Everyday fashion / Edward Baker -- Continental clothing / Sandy Black -- ASOS / Sandy Black -- Muji and Uniqlo / Nick Cambridge -- H&M / Amelia Williams -- EJF Foundation t-shirt / Sandy Black -- [Part 1.4] New frontiers -- Energy and environmental impact of washing and drying clothing / Chris Jardine -- What if the washing machine becomes a service? / Clare Brass -- The life cycle of denim trousers -- Can fashion ever be sustainable? / Sandy Black -- Argentina denim: culture, politics, fashion / Gavin Fernandes, Sandy Black -- Consumer understanding of sustainability in clothing -- [Part] 2. Desire and fashion: design and innovation -- [Part 2.1] Fashion design innovators -- Hussein Chalayan / Sandy Black -- Dai Fujiwara (Issey Miyake) / Sandy Black -- Galahad Clark (VivoBarefoot, Terra Plana, United Nude) / Sandy Black -- Pete Lankford (Timberland) / Sharn Sandor -- Designers are T-shaped / Clare Brass -- Sustainable fashion and textile design / Rebecca Earley -- TED's ten sustainable design strategies -- Yohji Yamamoto -- [Part 2.2] Fashion design processes -- Considerate design: supporting sustainable fashion design / Sandy Black and Claudia Eckert -- Designers fashioning the future industry / Dilys Williams -- Joining the dots: connecting design to a sustainable future / Clare Brass and Flora Bowden -- Nike / Amelia Williams -- Lorrie Vogel (Nike) / Sharn Sandor -- Bless / Sandy Black -- Eley Kishimoto / Sandy Black -- Key lessons for sustainable innovation / Martin Charter -- Peter Kallen (NAU) / Sandy Black -- [Part 2.3] Fashion creativity and education -- Catalysts for change: a political future for fashion education / Frances Corner -- Seven luxury myths / World Wildlife Fund (WWF) -- Laura Queening (Aura Que) / Dilys Williams -- "Classics" and sustainability / David Wolfe -- Shelley Fox / Sandy Black -- [Part] 3. Craft and industry: transparency and livelihood -- [Part 3.1] Ethical issues and transparency in the supply chain -- Hidden people: workers in the garment supply chain / Liz Parker and Sam Maher -- Erin O'Connor visits emboidery workers in India -- Can sustainability be cool? / Caryn Franklin -- Tim Wilson (Historic Futures) / Sandy Black -- Prosperity without growth / Tim Jackson -- Allanna McAspurn (MADE-BY) / Sandy Black -- [Part 3.2] Fashion craft -- Blueprint for sustainability: the evolution of traditional Indian textiles from local consumption to the global market / Eiluned Edwards with Ismail Khatri -- Perspectives on fashion and textile manufacturing / Sandy Black -- Dries Van Noten / Sandy Black -- Risto Bimbiloski / Duska Zagorac -- Monsoon / Sandy Black -- People Tree / Sandy Black -- Annegret Affolderbach (Choolips) / Sandy Black -- Goods of Conscience / Sandy Black -- Manish Arora: Indian craft and high fashion / Phyllida Jay -- Design for development: a creative tool for bottom-up development / Judith Condor-Vidal -- [Part 3.3] The greening of the fashion industry -- Jane Shepherdson (Whistles) / Sandy Black -- GAP / Amelia Williams -- Walmart and Asda / Amelia Williams -- New Look and Echotex / Liz Parker -- Sustainability in the luxury industry / Burak Cakmak -- Marks & Spencer's commitment to sustainability / Sandy Black -- [Part 3.4] Certification and labelling -- The GM cotton debate: science or ideology? / Damien Sanfilippo -- The GM cotton debate: why it is important to differentiate between science and the use of science / Simon Ferrigno -- Paradigm-shifting in transparency and traceability / John Mowbray -- Bluesign standard / Peter Waeber -- Organic textiles: standards and certification / Lee Holdstock -- The Asia Floor Wage campaign / Clean Clothes Campaign -- What is fair trade? / World Fair Trade Organization -- [Part] 4. Speed and distance: ecology and waste -- [Part 4.1] Sustainability and pleasure -- Sustainability, pleasure and fashion politics / Kate Fletcher -- [Part 4.2] Fashion business and manufacturing -- TRAIDremade / Sandy Black -- Can the clothing industry ever be sustainable? / Michael Flanagan -- From eco-efficiency to the circular economy / Nick Morley -- [Part 4.3] Fashion cycles and clothing life cycles -- Slow and fast fashion / Mathilda Tham -- Thoughts on sustainable fashion / David Shah -- Enduring fashion: favourite pieces / Nilgin Yusuf and Edward Barber -- minä perhonen / Sandy Black -- [Part 4.4] New luxury -- Sustainable luxury fashion: challenges and initiatives / Phyllida Jay -- Noir / Stacy Anderson and Sandy Black -- [Part 4.5] Fashion and environment -- Questioning identity / Lucy Orta -- Sustainability in the dyeing and finishing industry / Phil Patterson -- Synthetic fibres / Simon Bennett -- Fossil fuel / Gavin Fernandes -- [Part 4.6] Clothing waste and recycling -- Zero-waste cutting / Mark Liu -- From Somewhere / Sandy Black -- Solving problems, not adding to them / Reet Aus -- Christopher Raeburn / Sandy Black -- Junky Styling / Sandy Black -- Yomode / Sandy Black -- Worn Again: corporate upcycling and remanufacturing textile waste / Sandy Black -- Terra Plana footwear / Sandy Black -- Tamara Fogle upcycled bags / Sandy Black -- Maison Martin Margiela 'Artisinal' line / Sandy Black -- Textile recycling in the UK / Alan Wheeler -- Everything must go / Lucy Norris and Tim Mitchell -- Garth Ward / Sandy Black -- [Part] 5. Techno eco: new fashion paradigms -- [Part 5.1] Fashion and technology -- High-performance outdoor clothing / Sandy Black -- Nature as a paradigm for sustainability in the textile and apparel industry / Veronika Kapsali -- Debating nanotechnologies / Richard Jones -- [Part 5.2] Personalization and customization -- Mass customization: a strategy for sustainability in the fashion industry / Frank Piller and Frank Steiner -- Bodyscanning and fit: the impact of new technologies on sustainable fashion / Susan Ashdown -- David Mason (Nutters of Savile Row) / Sandy Black -- Fits.me virtual fitting room / Sandy Black -- [Part 5.3] Virtual fashion -- Fashion blogging: the new fashion journalism / Agnès Rocamora and Djurdja Bartlett -- Boom and bust in the betaverse / Sue Jenkyn Jones -- The future of virtual fashion / Julia Gaimster -- [Part 5.4] Future textiles and fashion -- Wonderland: disappearing dresses / Helen Storey and Tony Ryan -- Key directions for textiles and sustainability in the coming decade / Marie O'Mahony -- Siddhartha Upadhyaya (DPOL) / Sandy Black -- Manel Torres (Fabrican) / Sandy Black -- BioCouture: growing fabrics for fashion / Sandy Black -- Boudicca: design in flux / Sandy Black -- Technology in fashion / Sandy Black -- Direct product manufacturing / Sandy Black -- Future scenarios / Forum for the Future.

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