We are Colèchi a collective and research agency actioning sustainable development in the fashion industry.
As a team we work to humanise clothing again through curation, workshops and insight; working in between brands, education and government in collaboration with our collective that includes growers, weavers, designers, media to recycler.
Our Clean Fashion manifesto underlies everything that we do. We believe that by understanding and bringing awareness to the four key areas of the fashion supply chain – sourcing, making, media, afterlife – we can build a transparent and collaborative industry.
HOW WE WORK
Join our ongoing campaign which works towards understanding the industry in four key parts: sourcing, manufacturing, media and afterlife.
WE'VE WORKED WITH
An advocate for reducing textile waste in the fashion industry, Piarvé co-runs a marketplace for fashion’s surplus fabrics alongside being the co-founder of Colèchi. Her background is in digital marketing. Piarvé also works with local groups and cultural venues to bridge the gap between fashion and education.
FASHION TEXTILE WASTE
Curator, PR and Creative at the intersection of fashion and politics. Tina is a fashion PR representing both large and emerging brands. She is a pioneer for change within fashion media. Through her curatorial work, Tina brings forward idea’s on ways to remodel society and the fashion industry.
FASHION PR AND CREATIVE
WRITER & CONTENT CREATOR
Kwaku is a Middlesex University graduate, and puts his writing skills to good use through contributing to the online journal. He is also interested in filmmaking and joined the Colèchi team following experience as a cartoon editor and production assistant on short films.
Justina is a Designer, whose work explores the material futures of bio-plastics and mycelium. She is a Goldsmiths graduate, and currently works on projects at Biohme and research and graphics at Colèchi.
Reanar is a Writer and Poet and one of the hosts of Colèchi’s Clean Fashion Podcast. Reanar studied English Literature at Queen Mary University.
Tilda looks after the marketing.