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  • local artists who inspire us laura tanzer Voyage Phoenix interview: Meet Laura Tanzer

    Local Artists Who Inspire Us In November 2018 VoyagePhoenix interviewed Laura Tanzer for #AZCreatives Local Artists Who Inspire Us.  Here’s an excerpt: Laura Tanzer – what should we know? What do you do best? What sets you apart from the competition? “I design and engineer modern clothing in a sustainable way, right here in Arizona. […]

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  • fashion takes a holiday Fashion Takes a Holiday

    From the Laura Tanzer newsletter: Fashion Takes a Holiday News You Can Use: November 2018 This section is devoted to interesting news in and around fashion. This month I focus on Fashion for the Holidays. There are many websites with holiday fashion styling, ideas, & advice. Our favorites include: WHOWHATWEAR VOGUE INSTYLE For the Truly […]

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  • Local designers inspire eco-conscious trends

    In the September issue, Green Living AZ Magazine’s Laura Madden interviews three local designers about the fight against fast fashion, their inspiration, and eco-conscious trends. Laura Tanzer talks about “conscious consumption“. Marisa Mike advocates growing and raising your own food as much you can. Ruby Farias talks about reducing unnecessary waste at home. Finding Your One […]

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  • limited-edition fashion by Laura Tanzer future of fashion Why Made-To-Order and Limited-Edition Production are the Future of Fashion

    Why Made-To-Order and Limited-Edition Production are the Future of Fashion September 13, 2018 As consumers head online and into stores to shop Fall 2018 clothing, boutique buyers are in New York City shopping and placing orders for Spring 2019. Laura Tanzer is in New York City this week, showing her limited-edition Spring 2019 collection at […]

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  • What is a Triple Bottom Line?

    It’s A Simple Bottom Line, Tripled Environment, society, and economy are equally important, yet there is a hierarchy of importance. This triple bottom line hierarchy can be expressed in a diagram. The Triple Bottom Line Components: Ecosystems Simply put, the ecosystem provides the context in which we develop our social and economic systems. It is […]

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  • Greenwashing 4 Ways to Spot Greenwashing

    My thoughts today touch on the topics of sustainable reporting, public relations, and greenwashing within business organizations. What is greenwashing? It is whitewashing, with a ‘green’ twist. In other words, it is a coordinated effort on the part of members of an organization (formal or informal), to hide, obfuscate, or alter facts that are deemed unpleasant […]

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  • Sustainability 101

    “Go Green!” How many times have you heard this or seen it as part of a new business advertisement? In Sustainability 101, I talk about the core of being sustainable. Some believe the phrase “Go Green!”, and “sustainability” to mean the same thing. I’m here to tell you sustainability is much more than a marketing campaign! […]

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  • Laura-Tanzer-One-Of-A-Kind-Chicago-April-2018 One Of A Kind Chicago

    Laura Tanzer at the One Of A Kind Chicago Show I am excited to exhibit my wearable art and select women’s clothing designs from my Spring 2018 and my Fall 2018 collections, at One Of A Kind Chicago Show, April 27-29, 2018 The Mart, Chicago, Booth 7-1101. Body Geometry I believe clothing can be much […]

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  • What is sustainability?

    Three elements of sustainability Sustainability can be defined as any system’s ability to withstand and maintain a healthy, prolonged existence while preventing a harmful impact. Sustainable actions and decisions are those that consider the long-term implications of our decisions rather than merely focusing on the problems of today. They acknowledge social, economic, AND environmental dimensions […]

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  • Clothing Inspired By Euclidean Geometry

    This is part of my Fall 2018 women’s clothing collection, which is inspired by Euclidean Geometry. In other words, circles, squares, triangles and rectangles. This top is made from two circles. I use delicious fabrics. I also print my art on fabric, using a digital printing process. Come see me at EDGE Designers NYC to […]

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