Refashioned is a terminology used to describe a novel use of upcycled materials and crafting deadstock (materials not wanted or usable) of the high-speed society and transforming, stitched, patched into unique hand-made clothes.
The paradigm-shift (fashion) is a term used in the Fashion revolution, and it includes parameters that are the opposite of fast way, sales and throwaway culture.
Slow fashion comes from the Italian slow food movement that was founded in 1986 by Carlos Petrini, who was a protest against a fast-food chain in Italy, and its goal was to preserve the rich food culture in Italy, regional traditions, nature of production and agricultural diversity.
Waste Management is a term used to describe the classification of waste hierarchy divided into the following categories and models.
Environmentally Friendly – Materials and processes which seek to have the minimum impact upon nature.
Threadbanger is a network for people who love to DIY, recreate, refashion and craft. Without corporate stores, the system of Threadbangers helps people create and find their style: every day, new people are sharing ideas, adding tips and advice on forum, blog, newsletter and contests.
Well Dressed is a provocative report whose main conclusion is that the impacts of the fashion sector are largely driven by the volume of material passing through it – so the greatest beneficial change would occur if we purchased less clothing and kept it for longer
Social Responsibility Movement. Participants of the Social responsibility movement urge the graphic-design community to confront the adverse societal and environmental consequences of our rampant consumer culture. In 1964 created and published Ken Garland, a manifesto named “First Things First.”