Marina Spadafora

Marina Spadafora

Marina Spadafora
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Here's a comment that comes up a lot when I talk about fair fashion here on the blog: "I would love to build a more ethical closet but I can't afford ethical br

Here's a comment that comes up a lot when I talk about fair fashion here on the blog: "I would love to build a more ethical closet but I can't afford ethical br

By 2013, about 4 million people – mostly women – worked in Bangladesh’s $19 billion-a-year export-oriented ready-made garment (RMG) industry.

By 2013, about 4 million people – mostly women – worked in Bangladesh’s $19 billion-a-year export-oriented ready-made garment (RMG) industry.

Power to the people who make what we girls love so much: our clothes! #fashiontakesaction

Power to the people who make what we girls love so much: our clothes! #fashiontakesaction

Discarded Plastic Fishing Nets Retrieved from the Ocean Used in New Shoe Prototype www.thisiscolossa...

Discarded Plastic Fishing Nets Retrieved from the Ocean Used in New Shoe Prototype www.thisiscolossa...

In an effort to bring attention to the amount of clothing discarded everyday in the U.K., fashion department store Marks & Spencer created a proje...

In an effort to bring attention to the amount of clothing discarded everyday in the U.K., fashion department store Marks & Spencer created a proje...

16-Foot Clothing Mountain Illustrates Hong Kong’s Daily Textile Waste | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

16-Foot Clothing Mountain Illustrates Hong Kong’s Daily Textile Waste | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

Chemical waste Pollution: from textile industry in The Hangzhou Bay Area , China

Chemical waste Pollution: from textile industry in The Hangzhou Bay Area , China

I saw this art installation in my first visit to Helsinki, Finland. I simply fall in love!

I saw this art installation in my first visit to Helsinki, Finland. I simply fall in love!

Finnish artist Kaarina Kaikkonen creates site-specific installations by recycling secondhand clothing. The artist suspends the garments like a line of laundry hanging out to dry. Who would have thought that clotheslines would make such intriguing and eye-catching art?

Finnish artist Kaarina Kaikkonen creates site-specific installations by recycling secondhand clothing. The artist suspends the garments like a line of laundry hanging out to dry. Who would have thought that clotheslines would make such intriguing and eye-catching art?

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