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The Resource The Responsible Fashion Company : Integrating Ethics and Aesthetics in the Value Chain

The Responsible Fashion Company : Integrating Ethics and Aesthetics in the Value Chain

The Responsible Fashion Company : Integrating Ethics and Aesthetics in the Value Chain
The Responsible Fashion Company
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  • 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 ethics -- Code 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 -- The advantages of vegetable dyeing -- Vintage, 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
  • Responsible Cotton Network and the fight against forced child labour in Uzbekistan -- 4.5 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 -- 5.2 Communicating responsibility -- 5.3 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 -- 6.4 Managing the relationship between fashion, culture and territory -- The fashion and cultural resources of the territory: towards the cultural district -- References and further reading -- 7 Fashion, regulations and institutions -- 7.1 The evolution of social and environmental problems from the end of the Multi Fibre Arrangement to the recent crisis -- 7.2 Globalisation and rights -- 7.3 Codes of conduct and certification -- References and further reading -- 8 Brunello Cucinelli: an ethical and humanistic company -- 8.1 Origins -- 8.2 The development of products and international markets
  • 8.3 The village of Solomeo and the relationship with the territory -- 8.4 Humanistic philosophy and the concept of labour -- 8.5 The organisational model and employee relations -- Code of ethics of Brunello Cucinelli SpA -- 8.6 The communication strategy -- 8.7 The stock market listing -- References and further reading -- 9 Ethics and fashion: towards a responsible value chain -- 9.1 The relationship between ethics and the responsible company -- 9.2 The specificity of the ethical dimension in the fashion sector -- 9.3 The behaviour of the responsible fashion company -- 9.4 The future of fashion: integrating ethics and aesthetics in the value chain -- References and further reading -- Multimedia resources -- About the authors
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