Fashion Revolution Week 2017 has arrived and with it, this special 7-part podcast series hosted by Clare Press of Wardrobe Crisis, highlighting the stories behind some of our region’s most ethical clothing labels.
So many of the garments we wear (even the ethical ones!) are made off-shore, so it’s a rare treat to talk with someone whose passion is in local manufacturing. In this episode Clare speaks with Celia Morris, founder of Dragstar.
Dragstar has always remained true to Celia’s personal values and vision, with a timeless style, local production and garments that will stand the test of time central to both Dragstar’s design ethos, and Celia’s ongoing rebellion against ‘landfill fashion’. She and Clare chat about the factories Dragstar single-handedly supports and the impact local proudction has on both the label and the people who make it.
For more information on everything in today’s episode visit:
- Dragstar – https://www.dragstar.com.au/
- Fashion Revolution – http://www.fashionrevolution.org
- Or search for #whomademyclothes on social media and be the change!
- The music in today’s episode is ‘Read Your Mind’ by The Hipstones. Head over to http://www.thehipstones.com/ for more!