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Author Rinaldi, Francesca Romana.

Title The Responsible Fashion Company : Integrating Ethics and Aesthetics in the Value Chain
Published Saltaire : Taylor and Francis, 2014
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Description 1 online resource (241 pages)
Contents Cover; Half Title; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Foreword; Introduction; 1 The new paradigms; 1.1 The new paradigms of consumption and information; 1.2 The neo-consumer in fashion; Copenhagen Fashion Summit 2014; References and further reading; 2 The new value proposition: from the logic of profit to shared value; 2.1 The 3P relation model: this is where it all started; 2.2 Brief excursus on CSR (1950-90); 2.3 The concept of sustainability adopted by institutions and the development of CSR; The Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes; 2.4 From shareholder value to shared value
2.5 Documenting sustainability: sustainability reporting and codes of ethicsCode of conduct for Monnalisa suppliers; 2.6 CSR in the fashion world and dimensions of responsibility; 2.7 A new model of responsibility in fashion; 2.8 'Food for thought': a comparison of responsibilities in the T & A and food sectors; Slow Food and Terra Madre for a good, clean and fair food; illycaffè: differentiation and responsibility in the value chain; References and further reading; 3 Fashion and the environment; 3.1 The relationship between fashion and the environment; Advantages and disadvantages of hemp
5.2 Communicating responsibility5.3 New languages, content, means and approaches to reinvent the company narrative; Trans-media storytelling: online and offline integration and emotional relationship; Communicating responsibility: some best practice; 5.4 Developing a responsible communication plan; 5.5 The rules of responsibile communication; References and further reading; 6 Fashion, art, culture and territory; 6.1 The relationship between fashion and culture; 6.2 Fashion and contemporary art; Examples of collaboration between fashion and art; 6.3 Fashion and cinema
Responsible Cotton Network and the fight against forced child labour in Uzbekistan4.5 Discrimination at the workplace; Dealing with cases of abuse against women: the Timberland experience; 4.6 Work-life balance; 4.7 Corporate philanthropy; Timberland 'Path of Service' 2012: 20 years of social work; 4.8 Fashion and fair trade; 4.9 Other forms of ethical fashion: 'made in prison' and the valorisation of local production expertise; Made in Carcere; 4.10 Best practice in fashion; References and further reading; 5 Fashion and the media; 5.1 The relationship between fashion and the media
The advantages of vegetable dyeingVintage, second hand, upcycling; 3.2 From vicious circle to virtuous circle; 3.3 Actions to reduce environmental impact along the value chain; 3.4 Best practice in fashion; 3.5 Towards 'cradle-to-cradle'; References and further reading; 4 Fashion and society; 4.1 The relationship between fashion and society; 4.2 The United Nations Protect, Respect and Remedy framework; From public scandals to social responsibility: Nike; 4.3 Freedom of association and collective bargaining; Levi Strauss & Co; 4.4 Forced labour and child labour
Notes 6.4 Managing the relationship between fashion, culture and territory
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Form Electronic book
Author Testa, Salvo.
ISBN 1351285874