Wednesday, January 8, 2020

Story image for fashion industry from Fast Company

Zara built a $20B empire on fast fashion. Now it needs to slow ...

Fast Company-Jul. 24, 2019
Last fall, at New York Fashion Week, tie-dye was absolutely everywhere: Everyone from ... But as the fashion industry moves toward more eco-friendly practices, ...
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Jameela Jamil slams fashion industry's sample size culture

Gulf News-May 23, 2019
Jameela Jamil slams fashion industry's sample size culture ... sizes are f*cking insane these days... is symptomatic of a huge problem in fashion,” Jamil posted.
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Fashion industry fighting waste with circular economy trend

Corporate Knights Magazine-Jul. 26, 2019
Human rights abuses, landfill-clogging fast fashion and ocean-polluting microplastics are all tied to an industry that's expected to triple in size by 2050.
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'A tipping point in fast fashion': Forever 21's bankruptcy signals ...

Washington Post-Oct. 3, 2019
The environmental effects of fast fashion are well-documented: The apparel industry is a major source of water pollution and greenhouse gas emissions ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

Based on this, in particular, the paradoxes of B. Russell, for example, "Heap". If from a heap of sand and take one grain of sand to change anything with bunch of? - he asks. And he answers, following his logic: there's No change. And if you take two grains of sand, three, etc. he asks. Again, nothing has changed. And if you take n grit? And again nothing seems to be changing, as we all the time take one grain of sand. And here is the paradox: take a grain of sand, but a lot of it seems to be not changed, but the pile is actually not. The paradoxes of B. Russell is a sample of conceptual confusion. Bunch in physical terms, and the term "pile" is very different education. The concept of "heap" does not change, the real pile is constantly changing. The paradoxes that appear in the mind when a person does not accurately reflect objects outside of his mind, when there is a misalignment of conceptual structures with objects.
An example is the speech of Socrates in the Athenian court: first, he described the situation, that is to say, in retrospect, then addressed the court on the nature of the charges, showing that the subject for the trial on the merits no. Then he introduced the task to be resolved by the court (or those behind him), then offered his solution to the problem based on some well-known and accepted parcels, making it the opposite of the litigants conclusions, etc. (See: Plato. Apologetics.)

Take at least a Correl tale "Alice in Wonderland". So, what's not stranded and got away, and it has its meaning and its value and no one reproached the author in a heap of concepts that are meaningless their relationships, and their monstrous conceptual designs. What is not invented, all went in.
Dominanta (from Latin dominans, genitive dominantis - dominant), dominant idea, the main feature or most important part of something. The dominant feature is the General attitude of man to the world, which determines the nature of all other meanings and relationships. The culture and its dominant meaning can be realized in different ways, but the existence of semantic unity gives integrity to everything I do and people are experiencing.(See. the culturological dictionary).
As wrote Vladimir Mayakovsky: "he did not overtake, not to circumvent, // the Only way - to blow up!". Also does not always work. Really it was about capitalism, which is in the past and now acts as a kind of dominant in the organization of economic life.