London fashion, ecofashion, slowfashion: Rewardrobe

 

On my way back to Italy, I had the pleasure to have a chat with Veronica Crespi, founder of Rewardrobe. Having started a couple of years ago, her fashion consultancy is surfing the trend of conscious fashion to bring fairness and sustainable style to the city’s wardrobes.

Veronica has grown up in Sardinia, but her passion for fashion and trend studies has found the way to London and now she is a remarkable contributor to the European eco-fashion scene as a consultant entrepeneur.

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Appena prima di tornare in Italia, ho avuto il piacere di fare due chiacchiere con Veronica Crespi, la fondatrice di Rewardrobe. Veronica è nata in Sardegna, ha studiato a Bologna ma la sua passione per la moda e lo studio dei trend l’hanno portata ad approdare a Londra, dove due anni fa ha fondato la sua società di consulenza.

La missione di Rewardrobe è portare il concetto di slowfashion all’interno degli armadi della città, con assistenza personale allo shopping, la riscoperta dell’upcycling e l’aggiornamento costante degli ultimi trend europei di eco-fashion.

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Introducing Dear Fashion Journal

It’s upcoming in Autumn 2012 – it’s the issue number one of a revealing magazine. Inspirational facts and not-recycled outfit proposals. It will feature greatest stories by (un)conscious designers + plus everything could occur to a bunch of former fashionistas. Tempting enough to deserve a mention on your back-from-holidays-looking-for trendy novelties wishlist.

Dear Fashion is a project of newly-graduated Finnish Emmi Ojala – living, thinking and drawing in Amsterdam – in collaboration with The Free Fashion Challenge, a sustainable way to challenge people with not shopping garments for 365 consecutive days.

Good fashion, good for all, good habits, good ideas, they are good – and you?

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[Dear Fashion Journal]