Stories of Fashion, Textiles, and Place: Evolving Sustainable Supply Chains (Paperback)
Stories of Fashion, Textiles, and Place follows the journeys of five companies with evolving sustainable supply chains in the fashion and textile industry. Each of the profiled companies are committed to advancing cultural traditions of a particular place. They value, honor, and are all deeply rooted in the geography, culture, and people of a specific location and their success is attributable to their connection to that place. With this shared value, their unique stories highlight the conditions, risks, strategies, and successes in creating and maintaining sustainable supply chains for ready-to-wear and home fashions. The companies include:-Imperial Stock Ranch and Shaniko Wool Company - Oregon, USA
-Angela Damman Yucat n - Yucat n, Mexico
-Tonl - Phnom Penh, Cambodia
-Indigenous Designs - Highlands, Peru
-Harris Tweed(R) - Outer Hebrides, Scotland, UK With a focus on economic, social, environmental, and cultural sustainability, and the connection between textiles and place, Burns and Carver offer personal and insightful narratives of companies addressing the challenges facing today's global fashion industry.