Spotlight on...Sustainability in design
By Leonie Barrie | 28 October 2009
Today's retailers and brand owners work at a frantic pace, producing and selling more and more garments at ever-cheaper prices - even though it's a model that seems at odds with steps being taken by many of these firms to build sustainability into their supply chains. However, the keys to narrowing this divide are increasingly held by designers, as Leonie Barrie finds out.
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