Posts Tagged 'zero waste'

Zero Waste Fashion Design

Scraps of fabric have been used by artists and craftsman throughout the world to varying degrees for centuries. The word, “scrap,” can be defined as a rejected piece of a larger whole, and usually connotes a sense of uselessness. The

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Zero Waste Fashion Design

Scraps of fabric have been used by artists and craftsman throughout the world to varying degrees for centuries. The word, “scrap,” can be defined as a rejected piece of a larger whole, and usually connotes a sense of uselessness. The

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Beyond Fashion: The Zero Waste Home

We’ve talked a lot about sustainable fashion here through various projects, exhibits, workshops, panels. I’ve been particularly fascinated by the notion of reducing consumption before anything else — projects like 6 Items or Less, The Uniform Project, a full on

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Beyond Fashion: The Zero Waste Home

We’ve talked a lot about sustainable fashion here through various projects, exhibits, workshops, panels. I’ve been particularly fascinated by the notion of reducing consumption before anything else — projects like 6 Items or Less, The Uniform Project, a full on

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Zero-Waste Goes Installation : Derick Melander

On Monday I went up to Parson’s to see Timo Rissanen to discuss YIELD further — a zero-waste exhibition curated by Timo and Holly McQuillan. TAC will be hosting the NYC leg of the exhibition (YIELD will open in New

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Zero-Waste Goes Installation : Derick Melander

On Monday I went up to Parson’s to see Timo Rissanen to discuss YIELD further — a zero-waste exhibition curated by Timo and Holly McQuillan. TAC will be hosting the NYC leg of the exhibition (YIELD will open in New

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