“Dress like you give a damn”. Fashion and Sustainability with Garik Himebaugh

Summary & Key takeaways

If you think that fashion is a shallow thing and it has nothing to do you or the state of the world, think again. NOT thinking about the quality of your clothes could be problematic, as well as what you buy and where you buy.  So let’s talk fashion & sustainability with Garik Himebaugh.  Garik is the Chief Stylist and founder at Eco-Stylist. Eco-stylist, envisions a world where all clothing is sustainable. His firm promotes human rights and environmental sustainability through dressing like you give a damn.

Episode 6 of Season 5 is brought to you by The Rotary Peace Fellowship (more info is below)

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The work to create positive social change comes in many shapes.  In this case, Garik’s ethical fashion business promotes an environmental solution to the huge problem that is fast fashion.  Listen more how to change the world through sustainable fashion.

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