Podcast: Sass Brown: Questioning Clothing Ethics

Wardrobe Crisis is the podcast that unzips fashion's issues, presented by Vogue Australia's Sustainability Editor-at-Large, Clare Press. In it she interviews industry leaders to talk ethics, sustainability, and the business and madness of fashion - from who made your clothes to how they impact on the environment, to the politics of personal style.

Sass Brown is an English designer, writer and educator. She wrote one of the early books about the subject in 2010 - Eco Fashion, although now she prefers the term clothing ethics as she believes that sustainability means different things to different people, from diversity to fair trade to the environmental impact of a product. For many years, Sass taught at FIT in New York. She was also the Founding Dean of the Dubai Institute of Design and Innovation.

In this conversation, Clare focuses o…

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Melanie Plank

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