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What will we be wearing in 20 or 30 years 20年或30年后我们将穿什么

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What will we be wearing in 20 or 30 years if we don’t solve the climate crisis?

  • Fashion (Canada)

  • Bernadette      Morra, Editor-in-Chief @bernadettemorra

That is the question we tackled for this issue—not to worry us all even more than we already are but to jolt us into realizing how critical change is. For starters, we asked fashion and beauty experts for predictions of what life could look like down the road if things don’t improve (“Future Tripping,” page 32). The fascinating responses range from hopeful to terrifying and include self-repairing clothes and cosmetics ingredients grown in the sea. And we commissioned author Hayley Phelan to craft a short story with a fashion-loving main character set in 2032 (“Over the Moon,” page 86). The result is a fun but disturbing tale that we hope never comes true.

When it came to our cover shoot, we wanted a look that was apocalyptic rather than the earthy/ nature vibe that usually illustrates sustainability themes. Creative and fashion director George

Antonopoulos and photographer Greg Swales collaborated on a set that suggested a planet devastated by floods. And we needed a subject whose devotion to the earth is sincere and ever

lasting. Supermodel Tasha Tilberg fit the bill— and not only because she searches out plant-based clothing and grows crops on her B.C. ranch. She first bought a farm and a tractor 26 years ago, when she was all of 16. Her story starts on page 74. Tilberg is one of those people who are very attuned to their carbon footprints. But what about the rest of us? In her research for “Getting Into Step” (page 38), FASHION contributor Odessa Paloma Parker discovered ThredUp’s Fashion Footprint Calculator—an easy test to determine where you stand on the sustainability scale. I learned I can do much better, especially when it comes to my laundry habits.

We also wanted to know if there is a reliable way to find out whether a fashion brand is greenwashing or actually doing its best to deliver earthfriendly goods. Annika Lautens, our fashion news director, talked to Ayesha Barenblat, who is the founder of Remake, an online platform that rates everything from a label’s water conservation to the wages garment workers are paid (“Get to Know,” page 26). And in our search for eco experts, we realized just how much knowledge Indigenous creatives have to share. In fact, Indigenous clothing and accessories might be the most sustainable fashion on earth (“History Lesson,” page 40). This is only a taste of what you’ll find in this issue to inspire you to change. Because what we wear and how we do our hair and makeup aren’t just expressions of our inner selves; they’re expressions of our morality.

如果我们不解决气候危机,20年或30年后我们将穿什么?时尚(加拿大)1 4月 2022Bernadette Morra,@bernadettemorra 主编这就是我们为这个问题解决的问题——不要比现在更担心我们所有人,而是让我们意识到变革是多么重要。首先,我们向时尚和美容专家询问了如果情况没有改善,未来生活会是什么样子的预测("未来的绊倒",第32页)。引人入胜的反应从充满希望到可怕,包括自我修复的衣服和在海中生长的化妆品成分。我们委托作家海莉·费兰(Hayley Phelan)在2032年创作了一部短篇小说,主角是热爱时尚的(《月亮上空》,第86页)。结果是一个有趣但令人不安的故事,我们希望永远不会成真。在封面拍摄时,我们想要一种世界末日的外观,而不是通常说明可持续性主题的朴实/自然氛围。创意和时尚总监乔治Antonopoulos和摄影师Greg Swales合作拍摄了一个场景,暗示了一个被洪水摧毁的星球。我们需要一个对地球的奉献是真诚和永远的主体。持久。超模塔莎·蒂尔伯格(Tasha Tilberg)符合要求,不仅因为她寻找植物性服装,并在B.C牧场种植庄稼。26年前,她第一次买了一个农场和一辆拖拉机,当时她16岁。她的故事从第74页开始。蒂尔伯格是那些非常适应碳足迹的人之一。但是我们其他人呢?在她对"进入步伐"(第38页)的研究中,FASHION撰稿人敖德萨·帕洛玛·帕克(Odessa Paloma Parker)发现了ThredUp的时尚足迹计算器,这是一个确定您在可持续发展规模上地位的简单测试。我学会了我可以做得更好,特别是在我的洗衣习惯方面。我们还想知道是否有可靠的方法来了解时尚品牌是否正在漂绿,或者实际上正在尽最大努力提供对地球友好的商品。我们的时尚新闻总监安妮卡·劳滕斯(Annika Lautens)与Ayesha Barenblat进行了交谈,后者是Remake的创始人,Remake是一个在线平台,对从标签的节水到服装工人的工资等各个方面进行评分("了解",第26页)。在寻找生态专家的过程中,我们意识到原住民创意人员必须分享多少知识。事實上,原住民服裝和配飾可能是地球上最具可持續性的時尚("歷史課程",第40頁)。这只是你在本期杂志中会发现的东西的味道,以激励你改变。因为我们穿什么,如何做头发和化妆,不仅仅是我们内在自我的表达;它们是我们道德的表达。