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How can we make the fashion industry more sustainable, ethical and circular?

The fashion industry produces 20% of global wastewater and 10% of global carbon emissions, making it one of the major polluting industries in the world. Not to mention the conditions some of the textile workers have to work in.

The time has come to reform the fast fashion business model. And while it might be unrealistic that consumers will stop shopping on a large scale, they are increasingly demanding change and transparency in the fashion industry.

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Whether you’re a (starting) sustainable fashion brand or a large corporate ready to make the shift, we’re here to help your organization drive that change.
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A visual identity and website for the most ambitious blueprint for circular fashion

    Impact Areas:
  • Ethical & Sustainable Fashion
  • Systems Change
  • Climate Tech

New Cotton Project, an ambitious consortium of 12 organizations spanning 7 countries, received 6 million EUR of the European Union to create a circular fashion industry blueprint. We were asked to create a visual identity and website for the consortium.

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The UX partner of Fashion for Good

    Services:
  • Digital Product Design
    Impact Areas:
  • Ethical & Sustainable Fashion
  • Climate Tech
  • Systems Change
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Quest is definitely the best UX partner I ever worked with.

Nicola Mitchell, (Former) Digital Marketing Manager - Fashion for Good
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We need more zebra startups

    Tags:
  • Social Entrepreneurship
  • Strategy

Becoming a unicorn is the ultimate dream for a lot of entrepreneurs. But maybe you should consider becoming a zebra instead. Let me explain to you why by looking at 2 examples: Uber and Beyond Meat.

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