Sarah Corbett is an award-winning activist, campaign consultant, Ashoka Changemakers fellow and founder of Craftivist Collective who has helped change government laws, business policies , hearts and minds. In this podcast we discuss Sarah’s ‘gentle protest’ approach to activism, how craft can be a powerful and uniting force for good and how affective campaigns for change including one for Marks and Spencer have led to results that change lives.
Fashion is a unique blend of creativity and business. When the balance is found the results can be remarkable. Seeing a creative concept come to life, sell, make people smile and connect with others through an unspoken language is thoroughly rewarding. However fashion demands a lot, emotionally, creatively, mentally and physically. In this article we look at mental health in the fashion industry.
Customers and brands are impacted by size inconsistencies. Due to the rise of online shopping, returns rates are increasing. We do not know what size to buy from one retailer or brand to the next. What’s the solution? Can technology help us to create unity and standardisation?
In this podcast we talk to Bozena Jankowska about how her life-long commitment to bringing environmental and social issues to the forefront of conversation has created an award-winning luxury fashion brand.
Black Neon Digital speaks to Han Ates, founder Black Horselane Ateliers for podcast Episode 14. We speak to Han about the Craft Jean Revolution taking place at Blackhorse Lane in Walthamstow, East London.
Neliana Fuenmayor, founder A Transparent Company, is leading the way for a circular fashion industry using technology including blockchain to create supply chain transparency.