Wild Dress – Clothing & the natural world
- ISBN: 978 1 910010 21 1
- 96 pages
- Paperback with flaps
- 23.4 × 14.3 × 0.8 cm
New views on fashion and sustainability
In this collection of autobiographical writings, Kate Fletcher explores relationships between garments and human embeddedness in nature. Going beyond the idea that nature is a means to human ends, Wild Dress documents how we wear clothes in ways that add weight to and awareness of the natural world. Includes fifteen colour photographs of Macclesfield Forest and the Goyt Valley in the Peak District and Garsdale in the Yorkshire Dales by Charlie Meecham.
Kate Fletcher is Professor of Sustainability, Design and Fashion at the University of the Arts London. For more than two decades her work has been at the forefront of the movement for systems change in the fashion sector. She has written and co-edited seven books translated into as many languages.