Fashion Films

Ethical Fashion Africa Project

Vivienne Westwood and Juergen Teller, made by Yoox in association with the UN agency, the ITC.

Sustainable Fashion: the movement.

SF Movement Short Film

‘Farm to Fashion’ – Sustainability approaches of Appachi Cotton/ Ethicus

Ethicus is the first ethical fashion label in India. This is a video by CNN. For more details about the brand/ company, visit and

Principles of Sustainable Fashion Design

A show-and-tell session featuring some of Australia’s leading design thinkers who use a variety of
sustainability principles including garment redesign, seamless design and low impact materials. Each designer will explain the principles that guide their practice.
Featuring: Ellie Mucke (Mücke), Georgia McCorkill (The Red Carpet Project), Alex Trimmer (SOSUME Clothing) – facilitated by Karen Webster (RMIT)
This presentation comes from the [eco]logical evolution seminar series held at Fashion Exposed. Presented by the Council of Textile and Fashion Industries of Australia and Sustainable Fashion Australia. Video production by Eleven&Twelve Media.

Simply L3ve

Simply L3ve by Michelle Gibson is a women’s clothing brand dedicated to providing the perfect mixture of fashion and affordability for the eco-conscious shopper. Simply L3ve is based on sustainable practices and the principle of “cradle-to-cradle”, which entails deconstructing, recycling, and reinventing manufactured products into new products rather than permanently disposing of them. The collections seen in Simply L3ve are inspired by the 50s, with a vintage and feminine touch.

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