Farm Gate: Growing a fashion revolution

Environmental breakdown and global population rise have led to a strong focus on food supply chains, but the way that we produce fibre is equally important.
At least 60% of our clothes are now made using synthetic, petrochemical-based fabrics – all of which need to be replaced. Natural animal or plant-based fibres will become resurgent on the cat walks and on the high street – so the need to reform and integrate food and fashion supply chains is urgent.

ffinlo Costain talks to Cate Havstad-Casad, farmer and founder of Range Revolution, an Oregon-based company which produces luxury leather products from certified regenerative ranches.

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