This toolkit is developed in collaboration with its Originator with the purpose to enable as many people as possible to take action for sustainable fashion.
About the project
Clothes from leftover fabric is a project developed by Quid in Italy. Making clothes in this way reduces waste and expenses for a brand and makes it very easy to pay workers well. Quid works with marginalized groups to increase social inclusion through employment and skills building in the fashion industry.
KEY IMPACT PARAMETERS
Why this project matters, and who it is for
is perfect for you if… you have experience with fashion or clothes production.
In this toolkit you’ll find:
- Step-by-step guide
- Inputs to adapt this model to your community
- Key suggestions by the Originator
- Tips & tricks
- Technical and safety manuals
- Agreements to formalize partnerships
- Budgeting template
- Presentation template for fundraising
- Graphic materials.
More about the project
The fashion industry is a very wasteful industry because of the materials and global infrastructure. This project uses leftover materials from manufacturers that would otherwise be thrown away to create unique pieces of clothing. In this way manufacturers increase the sustainability of their business and increase employment for vulnerable groups in the fashion industry.
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How does it work:
Combine both social and market values, social sensibility and environmental respect.
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