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Extended Producer Responsibility – An Introduction

We're investigating the environmental implications of fashion production and the evolving dialogue on Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) in Canada.

Fashioning Hope: Inspiring Change & Creating Awareness with Crohn’s and Colitis Canada

Follow my journey with Crohn's & Colitis Canada, from diagnosis to advocacy, and discover how fashion breaks stigma.

Lifers: Navigating Fashion’s Impact on Climate, One Life Jacket at a Time

Explore the intersection of fashion, art and sustainability with Lifers and Dr. Alexandra Palmer at the Royal Ontario Museum.

Fashion Reimagined – A review of a sustainable collection

Join Mariel Solis Cartes on a journey through "Fashion Reimagined" and Mother of Pearl's eco-fashion breakthrough.

Why sustainable fashion needs to prioritize Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Fashion and exclusivity are concepts that go hand and hand. But can a sustainable and ethical brand really be “exclusive”?

Have We Learned from the Rana Plaza Disaster?

The collapse of the Rana Plaza building in Dhaka, Bangladesh remains the “deadliest garment-factory disaster in history”. Every year this catastrophic event reminds the world of the impacts of our fashion choices and their unintended consequences.

Basics of Sustainable Fashion

The fashion industry has been a major contributor to climate change. With a limited amount of time left to mitigate the intensity of adverse climate effects, there has been increased consumer interest and demand for sustainable and ethical products.

Examining Fashion Week: Necessary or Nuanced

Fashion week is a grandiose affair that ushers in crowds and excitement with displays of luxury, extravagance, and opulence. This complex and star-studded affair brings together fashion designers, models, celebrities, influencers, journalists, and potential customers keen on witnessing the glamor of beautiful and artistic fashion.


With an increasing awareness of the impacts of climate change, many fashion brands are differentiating themselves as sustainable. But how can the average consumer decipher between what is truly sustainable and overhyped false advertising?