Anne De Carbuccia Talks With Forbes About Sustainable Fashion
There's an article from a few weeks back that the team at Blundstone likes, it is an interview with environmental artist Anne De Carbuccia by Forbes magazine. She developed the "Time Shrine Foundation," a nonprofit organization that raises awareness of vulnerable species and environments around the world via art.
Anne talks about Sustainable Fashion and mentions that "I always wear my Blundstone boots to go work there. I’ve had them for 15 years and they keep my feet dry and cozy in any season." Durability is always something that we strive to achieve with every pair of Blundstones, a pair of boots that not only go with you wherever you might roam, but ones that do not add to global pollution, because you won't need to throw them out for many years after.
And find out about our Environmental Standards at: http://www.blundstone.com/our-values
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