The Eco-Fashion Guide


Do you want to reconcile fashion with respect for the environment? Don’t go in blind and let yourself be guided on the path of responsible consumption. To make better informed choices, get a guide to ethical and eco-responsible fashion. To understand responsible textile consumption is to adopt it, so why not give it a try?

The eco-responsible fashion guide

This book, published in May 2020, offers you a real source of information for a sustainable and eco-responsible wardrobe. You will discover the ins and outs of the production of a garment and many tips for better fashion consumption. Alice Lehoux and Natacha Ruiz, two passionate specialists in ethical and ecological fashion, have co-written this guide in collaboration with other professionals. You will find factual testimonials, including that of the founder of Greeny Bird Dress, Caroline Lejamble.

The book provides a wealth of information on the history of fashion, the origin of textiles and the environmental and social impact of our clothes. From this material, it invites us towards a more thoughtful and environmentally friendly consumption. With details on the manufacturing process, on textile materials such as linen, on the management of chemicals and pollutants or on eco-responsible labels: it is a real gold mine.

The Eco-Fashion Guide helps you to minimise your ecological impact and to rethink your relationship with fashion. This will give you the tools to improve the world of tomorrow in your own way.

The Eco-Fashion Guide
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Dressing (ethically)

Presenting itself as a guide, S’habiller éthique brings together all the steps to progress towards more respectful consumption. In 2017, a collective of authors, designers and fashion professionals joined forces to write a practical and captivating guide to eco-responsible fashion. It promises to open your eyes to the current situation and take you step by step to change your habits easily and effectively.

The book is divided into four parts: Buy, Wear, Maintain, Dispose. These chapters make you aware that better consumption is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to being eco-responsible. Indeed, this requires better consumption but also better use. This practical guide makes you think about your clothing habits and gives you the keys to improve them.
If you want to combine fashion, ethics and ecology, we recommend these books without hesitation!

Dressing (ethically)
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