Weeks of preparation, countless emails, phone calls and zoom / team meetings, countless texts, portraits, the elaboration of a 2-day program, scheduling, technical meetings … Honestly? We underestimated that a bit when we announced the GREENSTYLE (Responsible) Fashion Summit in December 2020.
Since Black Friday was first celebrated in this country 14 years ago, the ‘always cheaper’ November weekend has become an integral part of the retail calendar. Organizations such as the Fair Wear Foundation, Eco Brands, Greenfluencer and other activists are countering mass consumption with responsible shopping. Black Friday becomes a buy better (or nothing) day.
As a designer and consultant for brands like Prada, Miu Miu and Ferragamo and as an ambassador for sustainable and fair fashion, Marina Spadafora knows the Italian fashion industry with all its strengths and weaknesses like no other. In an interview with Susanne Barta, she gives an insight.
T-shirts for 50 cents. In casual colors like “How dare you PINK” and “Friday BLACK.” How great is this new shop?! What at first looks like the offer of the year is in fact a campaign. With CRISIS FASHION, Fashion Revolution Germany continues the successful 2 Euro t-shirt campaign.