Lethbridge College has revamped its fashion design program to include an emphasis on sustainable mass production.

 (Originally posted in Lethbridge Herald) BY CAROLINE ZENTNER czentner@lethbridgeherald.com Lethbridge College has revamped its fashion design program to include an emphasis on sustainable mass production. The new program, Fashion Design and Sustainable Production, replaces the former Fashion Design and Marketing certificate program. Last April, amid funding cuts from the provincial government, the college shut down both … Continue reading

2014 EcoChic Design Awards Accepting Entries Now

Returning to Hong Kong for its 5th cycle, the EcoChic Design Awards is a sustainable fashion design competition that inspires emerging fashion designers and students to create mainstream clothing with minimal textile waste. Eco Chic Design Awards is established by Redress founder Christina Dean who promotes environmental sustainability within the fashion industry and the positive … Continue reading

  • Fashion is increasingly a visual part of our global reality. the studioArena explores moving fashion beyond the development of European mercantile capitalism, commodity fetishism, and the politics of production (the way fashion emphasizes consumption at the expense of production.
  • Fashion has always played a leading role in constructing images and meanings during periods of rapid social, economic and technological change. It can act out instability or loss, or it can stake out the territory of new social and sexual identities.