Providing advice from a range of perspectives, Redress features words contributed by fashion journalists, models, stylists, and designers. A favourite is Ash Black, traveller and entrepreneur, who only machine washes her denim once a year. Confirmation that among other perks, dressing with sense means less time laundering: high-fives all 'round!
This range of perspectives is a refreshing reminder that sustainable fashion is not an underground rebellion, but a movement validated and supported by industry professionals.
While the book did provide me with a few interesting facts that were news to me, such as that it takes 200+ years for polyester to biodegrade, I wouldn’t recommend the book to black belt sustainable shoppers.
If, however, you are interested in dipping your toe into the ocean that is responsible clothing ownership, this is the read for you. Before you know it, you’ll treat your threads with the same respect that your nanna does fine china.
Redress has taken every excuse under the sun as to why fashion TLC is thrown into the too-hard basket, and rebutted them all in 224 pages. After which, you will have no ‘Yeah, buts’ left. Every lifestyle has been accounted for even down to the full-time globetrotter.
Written for conscious closet rookies, this book will act as a great stocking stuffer for that loved one who has it all (yet somehow has ‘nothing to wear’).