Freeing the nipple, catching the repair truck and truly changing the norm when it comes to model casting. These are this week's most important news.

Lineisy Montero at Prada AW15, Patagonia’s repair truck and an attempt at freeing the nipple by Magdalena Wosinska. 

Freeing the nipple, catching the repair truck and truly changing the norm when it comes to model casting. These are this week’s most important news.

Patagonia offers free repairs
The outdoor apparel Patagonia offers free repairs on all clothes regardless brand with their mobile repair shop. Here.

Why 2015 is all about change in casting
There has been a lot of talk about diverse casting, so, it’s interesting to read Dazed’s article about why 2015 is the year where fashion casting is really changing. Here.

Empower women with fair trade
Keeping the handcraft tradition alive by artisanal work and at the same time empower girls and women. People Tree are focusing on, among others social businesses, creating decent employment with fair wages for women. Here.

Free the nipple from a fashion perspective
Everyone wants to “free the nipple” these days! i-D wrote an interesting article about how the fashion business has been doing it for decades. Here.

Proud Mary Global Textiles
The lifestyle brand Proud Mary works with the motto “Pride not Pity”. Harper Poe, the owner of the company, has created positive impact trough design benefiting indigenous communities. Here.

Words by Hanna Karlsson

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