Julia is the founder of Tatty Moo, a women and children’s clothing and accessories brand that uses deadstock fabric and is handmade. Julia has decades of experience working in textiles for fast fashion brands and after seeing all the waste fabric on the factory floors, she decided to start her own brand and make use of all the excess materials. You can find lots of eco-living and upcycling tips on her blog (whatawastecollective), as well as on her Instagram.
About The Episode
In this episode of The Ethical Conversations Podcast, Julia and I chatted about how Julia got into making clothes and sustainable fashion, what deadstock fabric is and why there’s so much of it, some upcycling tips, changing the fashion industry and if social media is the best way to educate people on sustainable fashion.
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