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Hunter Gatherer
A Case Study in Apparel Design & Manufacture

Year

2002

Producer

VEA

Country of Origin

Australia

Duration

00:26:00

Product Code

VEA02036000

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Description

This program looks at how the Brotherhood of St Laurence initiated its own stores for vintage (recycled) clothing and then decided to start its own label 'Hunter Gatherer', to complement the offerings available in the stores. The Brotherhood continues its work with the disadvantaged and declares its vision for an Australia free of poverty, Through the story of Nicole Bride, plucked as a student from her design course at RMIT, we follow the design of a product (a garment range) through its main stages; * Evaluating * Researching * Designing * Manufacturing * Marketing Nicole explains the importance of ethical investment for the Brotherhood and its use of 'triple bottom line' accounting. We also meet Annie Delaney from the Textile Clothing and Footwear Union who explains the No Sweat Shop Label, proudly worn by the Hunter Gatherer clothing. This label is a guarantee that products have been produced under fair work conditions with guaranteed award payments and benefits.

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Production Year
2002

Duration
00:26:00

Producer
VEA

Country Of Origin
Australia

Level
Senior Secondary to Professional

Product Code
VEA02036000