As part of our support for the cause championed by Fashion Revolution we meet and interview Bhaavya Goenka – the founder behind the zero-waste Indian brand Iro Iro.
During our interview, we speak about:
- how Bhaavya got her start in the fashion industry;
- how she makes the model of “zero-waste fashion” and recycling work as a business model;
- what impact she is creating through the work she does locally via her zero-waste fashion brand;
- the importance of investing in the people you work with;
- how can we create change where it matters most, especially as those of us from the developed so-called “first world” countries;
- what is her involvement with Fashion Revolution and what does the organization do;
- how to support the work and initiatives organized by Fashion Revolution.
Fashion Revolution https://www.fashionrevolution.org/
- The fashion industry and system are designed in a way where people want to share their losses but not their profits.
- The person who holds the money in the fashion industry holds the power.
- Anyone who wears clothes is a stakeholder in the fashion industry.
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