Shaping Sustainable Fashion

Yesterday I got my copy of Shaping Sustainable Fashion: Changing the Way We Make and Use Clothes, the book I edited with Alison Gwilt. So proud! Thank you to everyone at Earthscan for the endless patience with my heinous schedule, thank you to Alison, and thank you to Amy Common of Sai Designs for the book design – the book looks fantastic! It will be on sale in the US in less than two months but available on Amazon already, as well as through the Earthscan link above.

Update 28.3.2016: I’ve updated the links to Amazon (above) and Routledge.

9 responses to Shaping Sustainable Fashion

  1. Teje says:

    Hello Timo! Vow, I'm even more proud to be Finnish today after finding your site from 'spontaneus threds'! My father sent to me that article to make 'Huppari' from HS!Best wishes and 'see you' again!Teje

  2. Thank you and Allison for this great book! I already advertised it in international Lectra school event in Vantaa. Many participants were really interested to have that book. I told it easy to order from Earthscan.

  3. contextural says:

    I'm looking forward to reading this book. I'm just wondering if there is a kindle or e-book version in the works. Seems like that format would support your topic.

  4. marina botta says:

    Let me know if you ever pass by Milan. I am teaching design students about a sustainable approach to design and I would like you to meet my design students!

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