At CSF we offer thought leadership in the field of fashion and sustainability, we are a constant point of reference in an ever evolving debate and we know that new ways of thinking will drive new ways of doing. We strive to spark challenging dialogues and create debate through all our communication, be it a book several years in the making, or a one hundred and forty character tweet.

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    Tweetchat: #ClothesToDieFor

    After watching Clothes To Die For on BBC Two this week and interviewing the documentary’s director Zara Hayes about the programme, CSF hosted a Tweetchat on the issues raised by the film and the wider problems within the fashion industry. @sustfash, @DilysWilliams and @LCF London discussed trust, politics, values, education, change, and even Marx with a variety […]


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    Clothes To Die For

    ‘Clothes To Die For’ is a documentary on BBC2 about the people affected by Rana Plaza, we spoke to Zara Hayes the film’s director, about why she decided to make the film, the importance of education and what she thinks about the label ‘Made in Bangladesh’. If you tuned in last night to BBC2 and […]


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    Wear your football culture

    It’s over now; Germany are the victors and critics are hailing their success a victory for teamwork, long-term thinking, planning and dedication . In this there is something we can all learn as we work to engage with the challenges of the future. That football has been a (semi) constant topic of conversation here at CSF […]