Our final GRVP for 2012 was worth celebrating, with founder Tullia Jack back in Melbourne and 2012 GRVP powerhouse Georgia McCorkill on the verge of giving birth to her first child. The festive season indeed! We were also joined by a few new GRVP faces – which is very exciting for 2013!
Happily, we were taking on a seminal text – Victor Papanek’s “Do It Yourself Murder: The Social and Moral Responsiblity of the Designer” from Design for the Real World.
. . . → Read More: GRVP Tackles the Big Guns – Papanek and The Real World
It has been a while between posts, but Gladrags was back with a bang in August, tackling legendary sustainable fashion academic Kate Fletcher’s latest publication, a collaboration with Lynda Grose: Fashion and Sustainability: Design for change. . . . → Read More: Gladrags does Kate Fletcher Mark 2
At our last Gladrags Vox Pops we were lucky to have a visit from Paula Rogers: TFIA consultant, sustainability guru and all round lovely lady.
She came to speak to us specifically about the Eco Index, an internal reporting tool designed to help fashion folk assess the sustainability of their own business. There is a simple scoring . . . → Read More: Paula Rogers visits GRVP – words Lara McPherson
Welcome to the Glad Rags Vox Pops blog. This blog’s aim is to be a reflection of the sustainable fashion book club Glad Rags Vox Pops started in Melbourne in 2010, and to participate in and inspire a global conversation around Sustainable Fashion. We will be posting our reading material, presentations and musings of the group, . . . → Read More: Hello World!