Fashion Media and Sustainability

Denisova, A. 2021. Fashion Media and Sustainability. London, UK University of Westminster Press.

TitleFashion Media and Sustainability
AuthorsDenisova, A.
Abstract

Fashion is among the biggest polluters, yet the media still promote throwaway fast fashion. Based on analysis of 1000+ media artefacts, this policy brief identifies patterns in the way journalists and influencers cover fashion which contribute to unsustainable buying behaviours. Researcher Anastasia Denisova proposes new regulatory measures and a more responsible approach from magazines and other media promoting more sustainable coverage of fashion topics.

Keywordsfashion journalism
Instagram
influencers
sustainability
policy brief
Year2021
PublisherUniversity of Westminster Press
Publication dates
Published26 Feb 2021
Place of publicationLondon, UK
ISBN9781912656929
9781912656936
9781912656912
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.16997/book50
FunderJJ Charitable Trust
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License
CC BY-NC-ND 4.0
File Access Level
Open (open metadata and files)
Web address (URL)https://www.uwestminsterpress.co.uk/site/books/m/10.16997/book50/
Page range38

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