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Roksan Sarfati
Interview with Save Your Wardrobe

Interview with Save Your Wardrobe

Interview with Roksan Sarfati, Founder and Creative Director of Màh-roc. “If we don’t start to address the negative impacts of the fashion industry soon, we’re not going to have an industry in the future.” When Roksan came back to Turkey in 2016 after graduating from Fashion Design in Italy, she started working in the Fast Fashion textile industry. She was constantly travelling to different countries and had gradually more opportunities to get closer to the production processes and see from her own eyes the ways in which fast fashion garments were produced. Both the environment and negative impact of the...

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Roksan Sarfati
September Issue

September Issue

Don't you feel confused?We are in September with lots of thoughts and emotions. In a real sense, September is a very important month for the fashion world.  We are here with September Issue, which is the milestone of fashion that refreshes our eyes and souls and pioneers a brand new season, when we are tired of collections that have gained the title of "old" in six months! For most of us working in the fashion industry, September is the beginning of the new year rather than January. Because the seasons we consume fast have gained a brand new look with the vision of...

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Roksan Sarfati
So what is this transparency?

So what is this transparency?

This week we are asking ourselves what transparency and ethical fashion really is, for understanding better. It's kinda strange that we find similar answers to our inquiry. Fashion transparency is all about the brands making their production processes clearly and sharing everything from design to final product. ''As the destructive effects of fast fashion created by production and consumption strategies become visible, it has led to the adoption of an ethical and ecological design approach that allows fashion to be redefined. Thus, ethical fashion has developed creative discourses such as 'Slow Fashion Movement' and has a structure that glorifies local...

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Roksan Sarfati
Love Letter no:3, Collecting fabrics

Love Letter no:3, Collecting fabrics

The inspiration behind collecting fabrics and making bags;I spent my childhood exploring how to respect different and original stories. Coming from a family with identities of different countries made me ask myself the same inquiry on and on.Where is the home, where do we belong? I was thinking a lot, and of course what people think about it.One part of my family is half German, half Italian, the other part has Spanish origin.We grew up in a house where culture and traditions were mixed and more than two languages ​​were spoken. Growing up with my twin sister, who was always...

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