Posts Tagged ‘luxury’

‘Responsible Luxury’

‘Fair Trade’ within the context of fashion, where an emancipation of the ethical consumer “shopping for a better world”, is not always transparent and apprehensible due to difficulties to find a strategy for making the whole production chain ethically secured. Such development might make it difficult for the ethical-oriented consumer, who wants to purchase a…

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How do we know when luxury is luxury?

The philosophy of luxury is built upon a theory that all human beings live in a world that is created by them and in which they find meaning in sumptuous enjoyment. However, what human beings regard as luxury varies through time and space, economic, social and cultural contexts. It is about constant renegotiation in accordance…

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The Concept of Sustainable Luxury

The concept of sustainability was officially established in 1987 by the World Commission on Environment and Development [Brundtland Commission, (1987), p.47]: “Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generation to meet their own needs.” From being a stranger to the luxury fashion as such, due…

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“Surprise”-Effect of A Fashion Collaboration

Today a lot of brands are a subject for different types of collaborations such as Louis Vuitton & Supreme, Vetements & Canada Goose. Nevertheless, some things can be learned from the retail experience of the former Parisian store “Colette”. A retail store had a goal to bring together products they liked and couldn’t find in…

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Luxurious Sustainability

These days, when fast fashion has become speed-blinded in its endless attempts to meet our desires and exceed the selling numbers of the previous quarter, we finally raise the issue of sustainability. Thus we start realising how much we need to understand about our consumption and learn about all its effects on our planet. What…

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