Publications on sustainable fashion have emerged in recent years with greater education and awareness of our increasingly fragile climate and concerns over the nature of global working conditions and environmental standards. Greta Eagan’s book ‘Wear No Evil’ acts as a fantastic introduction and guide to ethical consumerism, as the book pairs practical styling tips with a rich plethora of references for sustainable companies and brands.
Beginning her portfolio on sustainable fashion in 2010, Greta is also the creator of FashionMeGreen, a website that has become a crucial earmark for showcasing sustainable brands that are ‘aligning the world of mainstream fashion with a conscious and ethical approach’.
Wear no Evil is a recommended and insightful publication for anyone who wishes to uncover the complex layers of the Global Fashion Industry. It is a refreshing outlook which illuminates readers to the major challenges faced by the industry and the individual steps and decisions we can all initiate to create fairer and more environmentally conscious supply chains. Our hope is that as sustainable fashion becomes more mainstreamed, more impassioned advocates will emerge carrying the message of green ethical fashion.