#17 Slow fashion and the future of magazines with Denude
Image: Denude magazine, latest issue
Source: Instagram @denudemagazine
On episode #17 of Fashion Originators, I chat with Laurie Truman, the founder of Denude magazine.
London-based, Denude is an indie magazine aimed at women who want honest, intelligent and thoughtful fashion and culture content. To do this, Denude focuses on intelligent women with unique perspectives, all while promoting the concept of ‘slow fashion.’
For those of you who don’t know (I myself didn’t know before doing research for this episode), ‘slow fashion’ , as put by Alessandro Michele, is a resistance to ‘the mantra of speed that violently leads to losing oneself’ or the seeming ‘something new at any cost’ mantra within the fashion industry. Think: resistance to fast fashion, throw-away trends and sweatshop labour.
On the episode, Laurie and I discuss the future of fashion media and why the industry needs to SLOW DOWN.
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