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How can fashion be a force for good? Goodbye fast fashion! Hello to a better way focused on social and environmental justice, inclusivity and sustainable development. The UN's Ethical Fashion Initiative acts as a bridge, connecting marginalised artisan communities, often in challenging and remote locations, with some of the biggest names in international fashion. Explore the issues driving the ethical fashion conversation with your hosts UN officer Simone Cipriani and sustainable fashion jou ...
 
We all want to be ethical consumers and we all want that taste of luxury. An insider view of the jewellery industry - especially in antique, vintage jewellery and bespoke jewellery - and creating a sustainable jewellery enterprise and community in a digital age. Think of this podcast as a unique insight into sustainable luxury, with a direct link to the heart of one fo the oldest trades in the world: dealing in precious heirlooms. Host is Matty Weldon joined by co-host Alyce Ketcher. As we s ...
 
"Our intention is, that Timaeus, who is the most of an astronomer amongst us, and has made the nature of the universe his special study, should speak first, beginning with the generation of the world and going down to the creation of man..."'Timaeus' is usually regarded as one of Plato's later dialogues, and provides an account of the creation of the universe, with physical, metaphysical and ethical dimensions, which had great influence over philosophers for centuries following. It attribute ...
 
There’s a new sustainable brand in town: ECHTE. Whether you’re just beginning to learn about sustainable fashion, or you’re a fashion-conscious veteran, it can be difficult to determine just what sustainability or other buzz words like transparency, eco-friendly, fair fashion, or even ethical, mean within the context of fashion. For that reason, we created the ‘Wear your values’ podcast.
 
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This episode is about fashion and art, healing and opportunities in Burrundi. Today a creative scene is blossoming in Bujumbura with artists, musicians, photographers and designers using the power of self-expression and the beauty of creativity to connect, and foster new economic opportunities. Margaux Wong designer Margaux Rusita is one such creat…
 
This week we meet two rising fashion design stars. Both are part of the Ethical Fashion Initiative's Accelerator Programme for emerging African designers. Jennifer Mulli is the founder of Kenyan brand Jiamini - made by women for women. Known for its jewellery, in particular extravagant beaded neckpieces, bracelets and bags, they use age-old craft t…
 
Access to technology is changing the game for a new generation of young African entrepreneurs, and the creative economy provides exciting opportunities on the continent. But with young people making up 60% of Africa’s unemployed, how can they overcome career challenges and harness digital connectivity to get ahead? And what skills and qualities are…
 
Episode two of the series tests our personal tolerances to mental ill health through our understanding of associated mental health disorders. Throughout our discussions, we touch upon the disparities between men and women and the help that is available to them. We then proceed with investigating the harmful effects of our social environment and soc…
 
The first episode in our Mental Health in Fashion series, investigates the convoluted themes of mental ill health in the creative sector and the negative impacts that exist within learning and professional environments. Our candid discussions continue with analysing general perceptions of creative careers in education and beyond, highlighting the o…
 
We hope you enjoy this surprise bonus episode, all about that most precious and most coveted of all metals...GOLD! Matty and Alyce go through how to identify and value gold, talk about how it came to be used in jewellery and discuss the folklore and mythology surrounding it while also revealing some of the most significant gold discoveries in histo…
 
Virgil Abloh is one of the most interesting designers working in the global fashion industry today. He is the artistic director of menswear at Louis Vuitton, as well as the creative force behind his own brand Off-White. A true polymath, he is a multi-media artist who moves culture forwards and describes his creative process, across multiple platfor…
 
This 10-part series is a journey in "Jewellery Through the Ages" beginning in the Georgian era and going all the way up to modern day. It's the final episode in the series and it's a little bit different because it's all about the jewellery of today. Matty and Alyce start off by going through some of their favourite (usually antique inspired!) enga…
 
On this milestone episode, episode 10, of Producing with Purpose, Presented by Nōskin - I catch up with Jeffrey Harris, one of three co-founders and co-CEO's of the rapidly growing vegan fast food chain, Plant Power. We talk about the importance of mindfulness when taking on large-scale business challenges and the growth of the plant based market i…
 
This 10-part series is a journey in "Jewellery Through the Ages" beginning in the Georgian era and going all the way up to modern day. Known in the trade as the repro era, the 1980s was when the antique jewellery trade really took off for the first time as items from the Victorian period were turning 100. Matty and Alyce also talk dodgy mullets, cr…
 
On this episode of Producing with Purpose, presented by Noskin, I speak with Mirella Arapian of Mek Studio. Previously branded Vertigo, Mek Studio are a purpose driven branding and design studio that re-branded to focus on working with clients that match the ethos of the founder, Mirella, and her commitment to veganism and the fight against the cli…
 
This 10-part series is a journey in "Jewellery Through the Ages" beginning in the Georgian era and going all the way up to modern day. This episode is all about the 1970s. A major paradigm shift in society sees a kind of individualism take over from the revolutionary collectivism of the 60s and we discuss how this new found move towards self-expres…
 
This 10-part series is a journey in "Jewellery Through the Ages" beginning in the Georgian era and going all the way up to modern day. We have arrived in the swinging sixties, a decade of sweeping social change and political unrest, when an entire generation of young people all over the world broke free from society's norms and went their own way. …
 
This 10-part series is a journey in "Jewellery Through the Ages" beginning in the Georgian era and going all the way up to modern day. We've passed the half way point on our journey and we've arrived in the 1950s. This decade saw the birth of the baby boomers, the beginnings of the Cold War and the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, not to mention s…
 
On this episode of Producing with Purpose, presented by Noskin, I speak with James Bartle of Outland Denim. Outland Denim are an inspiration in the fashion industry, producing beautiful garments, but more importantly, providing employment opportunities for women who have been affected by the 1.5 billion dollar human trafficking industry. Due to the…
 
This 10-part series is a journey in "Jewellery Through the Ages" beginning in the Georgian era and going all the way up to modern day. In this episode, Matthew and Alyce discuss the turbulent but hugely significant decade that was the 1940s. Dominated by the Second World War, this was a time of great sacrifice and suffering, and this had a major im…
 
This 10-part series is a journey in "Jewellery Through the Ages" beginning in the Georgian era and going all the way up to modern day. In this episode, Matthew and Alyce discuss the extravagant and exuberant Art Deco period. Such a fun period of history to talk about, especially when it comes to jewellery. Jewellery Icons of the Art Deco period are…
 
On this episode of Producing with Purpose, I speak with Jonathan Sarandis, co-founder of the Melbourne plant-based cafe, Sable. We dig deep into what's required to not only survive the first 12 months of running a business, but how to thrive, even when that means hustling harder than ever before and applying a mix of dedication, discipline and comm…
 
This 10-part series is a journey in "Jewellery Through the Ages" beginning in the Georgian era and going all the way up to modern day. In this episode, Matthew and Alyce discuss the Edwardian era, the last period named after its reigning monarch. This period of relative peace, prosperity and stability in Europe combined with some major advancements…
 
On this episode I speak with James Perrin, the Sustainability Manager of Australian independent brewery, Stone & Wood, and host of The Overview Effect podcast. James gives us insight into the amazing things Stone & Wood has achieved over the last five years to serve the environment, their community and their customers, and gives great insight into …
 
On this episode I speak with Nick Pearce, co-founder and CEO of the Streetwear Social Enterprise, Homie. We discuss the challenges of opening a high profile retail store, which doubles as a host for the various programmes Homie have in place to help young people experiencing homelessness. We assess the reality of where the business can achieve the …
 
This 10-part series is a journey in "Jewellery Through the Ages" beginning in the Georgian era and going all the way up to modern day. In this episode, Matthew and Alyce chat about the three stages of the very long and very influential Victorian period. So much of the jewellery at this time had little hidden messages and romantic personal touches w…
 
This 10-part series is a journey in "Jewellery Through the Ages" beginning in the Georgian era and going all the way up to modern day. In this episode, Matthew and Alyce chat about the Georgian period, placing the jewellery and styles in their cultural and historical contexts while as always providing expert insights into the trade today such as wh…
 
In this episode we speak to Gabriel Silva, the founder of the world's first vegan shoe factory, Ahimsa Footwear. From airplane pilot to entrepreneur, Gabriel tells us the story of how he would sit on autopilot on international flights reading business books, not knowing that one day they would form the foundations of his journey into starting a suc…
 
Now for something completely different. The final episode in our gemstone series is all about those fascinating, glistening objects known as pearls. In this special five-part series, your host Matthew Weldon sits down with co-host and gemstone expert Alyce Ketcher every Monday to examine what exactly it is that attracts people to these mysterious g…
 
It's episode four and this one is all about that rare and coveted red gemstone known as Ruby. In this special five-part series, your host Matthew Weldon sits down with co-host and gemstone expert Alyce Ketcher every Monday to examine what exactly it is that attracts people to these mysterious gems. Each episode is packed with fascinating insights a…
 
In this episode of Producing with Purpose, I speak to Emily Hazell, the founder, owner and visionary behind Serotonin Eatery, an amazing plant based, happiness fuelled cafe in Melbourne. We talk about funding your venture with hard work and intense vision, ensuring your staff share your vision and when to take the plunge and open the doors. For mor…
 
In this episode, I speak with Nick Savaidis, founder of the Australian, Fairtrade Certified fashion label, Etiko. We talk in depth about creating a certified B Corp business that doubles as a successful social enterprise and the journey to become one of Australia's, if not the world's, most ethical brands. For more information and the show notes, p…
 
On the first episode of the podcast we speak with Ash Pierce, the co-founder and Director of Design at the soon-to-launch vegan fashion label, Nōskin. Speaking about her experiences working at the fashion giant, Lee Jeans - all the way through to her work as the co-owner of the boutique label Vovo (where Ash designed for the ARIA Awards, music vide…
 
Emerald, that precious green stone! In this special five-part series, your host Matthew Weldon sits down with co-host and gemstone expert Alyce Ketcher every Monday to examine what exactly it is that attracts people to these mysterious gems. Each episode is packed with fascinating insights about identification, value, history & lore as well as famo…
 
Sapphire, that mysterious, deep blue stone! In this special five-part series, your host Matthew Weldon sits down with co-host and gemstone expert Alyce Ketcher every Monday to examine what exactly it is that attracts people to these mysterious gems. Each episode is packed with fascinating insights about identification, value, history & lore as well…
 
First up, Diamonds: the hardest of them all! In this special five-part series, your host Matthew Weldon sits down with co-host and gemstone expert Alyce Ketcher every Monday to examine what exactly it is that attracts people to these mysterious gems. Each episode is packed with fascinating insights about identification, value, history & lore as wel…
 
In the final episode of Series 1, Simone and Clare talk with Jeanne De Kroon, the founder of Zazi Vintage - a high-end fashion social enterprise that celebrates upcycled fabrics and artisan techniques. Zazi works with the EFI in Afghanistan. Jeanne is a free spirit who says her mission is to create: "a narrative that connects and weaves cultures to…
 
This week, our theme is Social and Environmental Sustainability Standards. Why do we need to talk about this? Standards exist. Indeed, some say there are too many. And yet problems in fashion's supply chains persist. The fashion industry is well known for it's labour issues and adverse environmental impacts. Are things improving? What is missing wh…
 
From a lack of transparency to a business model that squeezes those at the bottom, fashion's supply chains can be a sustainability nightmare. There's a disconnect between the consumers who buy clothes, the retailers who sell them, the designers who conceive of them and all the different suppliers further down the chain, who cut and sew them, produc…
 
Acting as a bridge between fashion brands and artisan producers, the Ethical Fashion Initiative carefully measures the impact of each order, to ensure that the work is positively impacting the lives of the artisans, and that each project works towards the UN Sustainable Development Goals. This is sometimes difficult, always rewarding work - and per…
 
You've probably heard Simone say, "It's a very serious business, fashion." Done right, the business of fashion can provide pathways for fair work and hope in places where they've been lacking. But how do our institutions put this into practice in areas afflicted by conflict and humanitarian disaster? In this Episode, Clare talks the European Commis…
 
Come with us to Tokyo Fashion Week, where your hosts Simone Cipriani and Clare Press met with longtime friend of the Ethical Fashion Initiative, Hirofumi Kurino of United Arrows. According to Business of Fashion, he's a "leading arbiter or style". Polimoda calls him "a fashion oracle" and Vogue, one of the most stylish men in fashion. Mr. Kurino al…
 
The Ethical Fashion Initiative Accelerator is programme for African designers supports young fashion talent to become investment ready, expand their supply chains, scale up their production, and build their fashion businesses. In this episode, your hosts Simone Cipriani and Clare Press catch up with one of the mentors, Nigerian actor Dakore Egbuson…
 
Fashion's discount culture, sped-up sales cycles and overproduction are out of control - and COVID19 is adding extra pressure. Will the industry take this chance to rethink, or hurtle along even faster in the race to the bottom? How might we consciously slow down and consider all stakeholders to rebuild value in fashion made to love and last? In th…
 
Where next? In this episode, your hosts Simone Cipriani and Clare Press are in Paris to talk with the great Dutch trend forecaster Lidewij Edelkoort and hear her insights on where fashion - and culture - is headed. "We will change possibly everything we do now. It's going to be a radical moment of change," says Li, who once described her work as "a…
 
Welcome to the very first episode of the ETHICAL FASHION PODCAST! In this episode, your hosts Simone Cipriani and Clare Press speak to International Vogue Editor Suzy Menkes; Roberta Annan, founder of the African Fashion Foundation; writer and sustainability consultant Rachel Arthur; and Helsinki Fashion Week's Evelyn Mora. Up for discussion: What'…
 
How can fashion be a force for good? Goodbye fast fashion! Hello to a better way that focuses on social and environmental justice, inclusivity and sustainable development. The UN's Ethical Fashion Initiative acts as a bridge, connecting marginalised artisan communities, in challenging & remote locations, with some of the biggest names in internatio…
 
There aren't many who have been in the antiques business longer then Jimmy Weldon. With specialisations in jewellery and silver, Jimmy provides insights to the trade in Dublin, Ireland and internationally from the 1960's onwards. I fully think we will look back in years to come and recognise the importance of this man's knowledge. Jimmy also docume…
 
Found the one? looking for the ring? We chat all things engagement rings and get into the nuts and bolts of hunting for a special once-off antique or vintage engagement ring. Giving trade insights and tips to help you along on your journey. Matty Weldon is joined by GIA trained gemologist and antique jewellery expert Alyce Ketcher, chief jewellery …
 
Come with us to Istanbul, Turkey in this final episode to meet the people behind Kaya and Sarptex who are just two of the suppliers that make the sustainable ECHTE collection come to fruition. But how did it get to this point where sustainability is such an important aspect of the brand? All it takes is one push - one spark - to want to change thin…
 
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