- Photographer Tim Mitchell asks what the ethical models for the global fashion industry could be and addresses the repercussions of global clothes recycling
How do we value the life we are living? For 15 years, photographer Tim Mitchell has studied 21st century objects and commodities, as their transformation testifies to our ever-changing everyday values. He is a poignant observer of social and environmental issues and in his first monograph Product, he asks what sustainable, ethical models of production and utilisation could be. The book addresses the glamorous chaos of Paris Fashion Week as well as the repercussions of global clothes recycling and the financial crisis in Greece; economical, sociological and art historical essays provide further context.
- 1st Aug 2019
- World excluding Germany, Austria, Switzerland, the US & Canada
- 240 mm x 170 mm
- 364 Pages
- 230 color