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Just the way we play with new looks and don't always jump in both feet wet, same goes with eco-fashion.
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Fur is luxurious. It's style-wise, culturally enduring and socially debated. Old money, new money and bourgeoisie in between, we love fur, if not just the look of fur.Fur also happens to be the most debated fashion topic. To Fur or Not To Fur? That is the question. How do you decide?
It's 2015, and yet there are no African brands selling in most North American stores, and where the raw materials are African, that message is not well-delivered or even sought-after. In the world of fashion, this represents a massive opportunity for fresh fashion ideas, business and growth.
Last week, I attended ECO Fashion Week in Vancouver and noticed how so many designers are thriving and creating beautiful clothes. I was lucky enough to speak with Amrita Sondhi, owner of Movementglobal. Amrita has been at the forefront of ECO fashion for a number of years.