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Venetia La Manna on Sustainable Fashion

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This is the podcast where each week we'll meet a guest who’ll help us pay attention to something we should know about, but maybe don’t. This week we’re talking about sustainable fashion; how our habits might need to change, the importance of remembering who makes our clothes and the most sustainable outfits. Venetia La Manna is a broadcaster and fair fashion campaigner. Earlier this year she co-founded Remember Who Made Them, a digital campaign and podcast series with aims to re-energise a new solidarity economy in fashion. She also uses her own history of fast fashion consumption to teach others about the industry and how to approach your wardrobe in a more sustainable way. If you want to learn more, here's where to find Venetia, and her recommendations: Instagram: @venetialamanna Twitter: @venetialamanna Youtube: Venetia La Manna Website: www.venetialamanna.com Something to read: Elizabeth Kline’s article ‘The Twilight of the Ethical Consumer’ Something to watch: Netflix’s The Patriot Act with Hassan Minaj ‘The Ugly Truth of Fast Fashion’ Something to listen to: Venetia’s Podcast ‘Remember Who Made Them’ Also mentioned: Dead White Man’s Clothes @theorispresent on Instagram Get involved and join in the conversation: Follow @gemmastyles and send in your messages and questions to goodinfluencepod@gmail.com ---- This Podcast is kindly supported by French beauty brand, L'Occitane. You can get 10% off all purchases online and in-store, as well as FREE delivery on all online orders with the code GOODINFLUENCE. Code valid until 4th January 2021 


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