"My work in fashion has led me to examine the impact of the things we consume, and why this must change... For centuries, capitalism has ascribed value through competition, anonymity and opacity. As we move into a digital age of transparency, can information, storytelling and a greater understanding of provenance and context shift that narrative to one that values the social and environmental imprints of things? Is a sweater more valuable when it is hand knit? Is it more valuable when you know who knitted it? Is rubber that is hand tapped by indigenous communities – who walk great distances to find it, and which conserves the forest in the meantime – inherently more valuable?"
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