Andrea

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About the Author

Andrea is a Freelance writer and activist for better practices in the fashion business. Experienced in the international market with a particular comprehension on the Latin American region, founder of La Petite Mort (organic streetwear).

latest posts by this author

Are you cool?

This is the question that Kamila Boudonova, founder of Sustainable Fashion Day Prague, openly asks to the Czech/Slovak consumer.

A few years ago Kamila, a professor at Mod Spe-Paris and founder of Moyomi Workshop (online fashion business programs), decided to... Read More

From France with love: an open call for support

When I started La Petite Mort, as a project to promote sustainable Fashion, around a year and a half ago, I had a second personal intention: to somehow enhance the bonds between the two countries where this project mainly develops,... Read More

My closet is yours to take

  If we can airbnb some guy’s apartment and we can uber-jump into some lady’s car, taking out some other girl’s dress for a weekend party doesn’t sound like the craziest idea... It almost seems logical. The sharing economy... Read More

How to make Fashion Revolution Day BIGGER?

  Having just passed the 3rd edition of Fashion Revolution Day, the 2nd for me personally, it’s time to think about the reach, the improvements and the challenges the next editions will be facing. I cannot speak much for... Read More

Cherish that plastic bag!

By now you are probably used to have us, eco activists, asking you to stop using plastic bags; asking you to choose carrying your own cloth bag when doing groceries, to ask for a paper bag when... Read More

Entrepreneurial Fashion, done Right!

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Nowadays, we frequently meet entrepreneurs. I don’t know what it is, but it seems like the safe dream job is long gone for many. Perhaps it’s a combination of globalization, a new paradigm in education, or... Read More

Latin America Growing Organic: the Gap from Producing to Consuming

Latin America has historically been known for its colourful living, cultural diversity, and natural resources. Unfortunately it has also been known for its inequality, insecurity, and political instability. On balance though, it remains an attractive destination and, moreover, an important source... Read More

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