Films & Videos
- The True Cost: The true cost of the clothes and shoes we wear might not be what we think it is. This documentary goes to the source where our clothes are made and reveals the dark truth. It indirectly illustrates many of the reasons why TJULA was started.
- Half The Sky: A passionate call-to-arms, urging us not only to bear witness to the plight of women of the world, but to help transform their oppression into opportunity. Out future is in the hands of women everywhere.
Fashion: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: a humorous way to examine this big issue
- Half The Sky: One of the most important books that inspired TJULA Design. Through the stories told in this book, Kristof and WuDunn help us see that the key to economic progress lies in unleashing women’s potential. It is not only the right thing to do; it’s also the best strategy for fighting global poverty.
- Clothing Poverty: You look good in those jeans. But are those jeans themselves good? Have you ever looked into where they came from and who made them? Andrew Brooks takes us on a global journey, from fabric to fashion show, to reveal the worldwide commodity chains and hidden trade networks that transect the globe and perpetuate poverty.
- Slow Fashion: Aesthetics meets ethics. With full-color photography and elegant design, Slow Fashion profiles the people bringing the alternatives to the mainstream: designers, labels, and eco-concept stores across the world; fair trade producers; and campaigns that are re-designing the fashion economy.
- Overdressed: Elizabeth Cline walks us through the recent history of the fashion industry to reveal cheap fashion's impact on our societies, the environment and ourselves.
- Wear No Evil: This book provides the answer to the complicated question, "How to do good while looking good?", balancing fashion and ethics. As a consumer, you regain your power with every purchase to support the causes and conditions you already advocate in other areas of your life, while upholding your sense of self through the stylish pieces you use to create your wardrobe.
- Fashion Revolution: Fashion – an industry which values people, the environment, creativity and profits in equal measure, and it’s everyone’s responsibility to ensure that this happens.
- Project JUST: your go-to guide for responsible and ethical fashion
- Fashion Takes Action: Changing the way we create and consume fashion.