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Thoughtful design. Responsible production. Good business. Quality that lasts.
Telling the stories of our material connection to our world through cutting edge design.
Sass Brown is Interim Dean at the School of Art and Design at the Fashion Institute of Technology, New York. As a researcher, writer, blogger and educator, her area of expertise is ethical fashion, in all of its various expressions, from slow design and heritage craft skills to recycle, reuse and new business models.
Brown communicates and promotes the best in eco fashion design, through a multitude of media, most notably her books; Eco Fashion and ReFashioned, <a target="_blank" href="http://www.ecofashiontalk.com/?utm_source=sustainablefashiondirectory?utm_source=sustainable
Ethical, sustainable fashion designed with consideration for workers, the planet, and consumers.
Good Cloth specializes in ethical fashion—clothing, accessories, and home goods—that are designed with consideration for workers, the planet, and consumers. The shop curates products that are made with ethically-sourced materials and have a transparent supply chain. Style, workers' rights, and the environment are the heart of Good Cloth. The company includes product journeys for each item, so that consumers can read how products are made, from beginning to end. How clothing is made shouldn't be a mystery.