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Ethical and Sustainable Fashion: an investigation into the viability of an ethically motivated fashion company as a competitor in the high-street/middle fashion markets. [thesis] :/ Jennifer N. Byrne.

By: Byrne, Jennifer NMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: Limerick : Limerick School of Art & Design/LIT. ; 2015 Description: 26 p. : ill. (some col.) : 30cmSubject(s): Fashion theses | Fashion design -- Theses | Fashion companies | Ethical fashion | Theses -- LSAD -- Clare StreetDDC classification: Thesis Fashion 15/03
Contents:
This essay examines whether or not it would be viable to create a fashion label which is both as ethically and sustainably sound as possible whilst simultaneously engaging and competing in the fashion industry. The research explores two fashion companies, analysing their successes and pitfalls as competitors in the broader fashion markets.
Dissertation note: Thesis submitted for B.A. Hons in Fashion 2015.
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Thesis submitted for B.A. Hons in Fashion 2015.

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This essay examines whether or not it would be viable to create a fashion label which is both as ethically and sustainably sound as possible whilst simultaneously engaging and competing in the fashion industry. The research explores two fashion companies, analysing their successes and pitfalls as competitors in the broader fashion markets.

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