In the early years of its existence, Stardust appeared as an art book rich in materials and drawings, in order to be inspired: today it would be out of the question, since it is cryptic and too complex to decode and translate, but the underlying concept is alive and, We dare say, cutting edge.
The topic of sustainability in fashion is of course a cosmos of its own; there are various systems at play, contributing to the bigger macrocosm. Discussed in this article is one of the hotter spots of activity; Textiles.
The Fashion industry strives to innovate and renew itself constantly yet our current system, with its race for the latest trends and revolving cycle of what’s hot and what’s not, promotes accumulation at a high cost to our social, economic and environmental equilibrium.
Paris has the secret of this particular emulation, between pharaonic shows of the globalized luxury houses and the new "alterground" labels, not forgetting those who really emerged and who are now looking towards the establishment side, ready to fight 'affirm as the next big thing, reliable and competitive.