In the face of environmental crisis and growing consumer awareness, there seems to be a worldwide trend emerging of sustainable fashion. Often used as a marketing tool, environmentally conscious clothing can be defined differently by individual companies, faced with unique challenges in a highly competitive market.
But what does this look like in New Zealand? In a culture of consumerism and fast fashion, who is leading the way into the future and who is falling behind? Through this five part, short form expository series, our host identifies key environmental issues caused by global clothing giants, before hearing from the leaders of sustainability in New Zealand's own fashion industry.
Alongside the audience, our host learns about the importance of striving to wear ethically and humanely sourced fabrics, that are made with the impact on our natural environment in mind. Our host navigates this in a light hearted but pressing manner, as we explore how genuine companies are being in order for us to make better choices as consumers, both for ourselves and for our planet.