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Lotus weaving. Inle Lake. Myanmar.
Lotus weaving. Inle lake. Myanmar.
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Rapunzel: Something brought you here, Flynn Rider. Call it what you will... fate... destiny... Flynn Rider: A horse. // Annddd we're off. We have new stories ahead of us so onwards and upwards, my friends! Goodbye Vigan. ❤️👋🏻
Homenaje a los caídos. Natalicio del Libertador Simón Bolívar.  24 de julio Caracas, Venezuela. . . . . .  #24julio #neomarlamder #caracas #venezuela #fotoreportaje17 #venezuelalibre #rmtf #nomasmuertes #ig_venezuela #ciudad_ve #ig_paria #time #ig_venezuela #ciudad_ve #streetphotovenezuela #ig_colombia_ #ig_latinoamerica_ #ig_caribbean #streetphotography #photojournalist #documantary #photojournalism #diario_eltiempo #contrapuntovzla #reuters #elnacionalweb #eluniversal #cnnee @efecto.cocuyo #bbcnwes #eluniversal
How conscious of a consumer are you? Who does your purchasing affect? The Dark Side of Fashion is now exhibiting at @rmitgallery, run in collaboration with the RMIT School of Fashion and Textiles, locally curating the ‘Slow Fashion Studio’ within the exhibition.  The term "fast fashion" describes mass-produced items of fashion that are being sold cheaply wordwide. In a course of seven stations visitors get an insight into the complex system that is the global textile industry. The three main themes consume, economics and ecology are being discussed from diverse angles: fashion and its victims, poverty and wealth, global and local developments, wages and profits, clothing and chemicals, and the ecological balance.  Practitioners: Lisa Carroll, Jo Cramer, Tarryn Handcock, Kate Kennedy, Lucie Ketelsen, Emma Lynas, Georgia McCorkill, Jane Morley, Tania Splawa-Neyman Video credited to the Gerter Institute

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