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This week's fashion round-up at your service.

Clockwise from left: Vegan bag by Gwen Stefani, Norwegian fashion bloggers in Cambodian sweatshop, lingerie from Stella McCartney and this week’s advice from Dr Slow. 

It’s time for our second weekly fashion round-up. “Industry news” is an overview of sustainable fashion news and initiatives worth highlighting. Enjoy!

New industrial revolution
Andrew Anagnost is talking about a potential paradigm shift concerning attitudes towards consumption. Here.

Sweatshop – dead cheap fashion
This is a reality show where three young Norwegian fashionistas are working in Cambodian sweatshop and get, well, a reality check. Here.

12 sustainable lingerie brands
Eluxe Magazine is listing 12 brands you should go for if you want sustainable linen in your dresser.

Gwen Stefani goes eco-friendly
The famous singer Gwen Stefani has made a collection of shoes and bags in vegan leather.

Fall in love with your wardrobe again
Last week we mentioned Detox with Dr Slow and the concept of how to get rid of our shopping cravings. This week we’re learning about how to work with what we already own.

Words by Hanna Karlsson

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