Taylor Brydges
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Closing the loop on take, make, waste: Investigating circular economy practices in the Swedish fashion industry
T Brydges
Journal of Cleaner Production 293, 126245, 2021
Will COVID-19 support the transition to a more sustainable fashion industry?
T Brydges, M Retamal, M Hanlon
Sustainability: Science, Practice and Policy 16 (1), 298-308, 2020
Garment worker rights and the fashion industry’s response to COVID-19
T Brydges, M Hanlon
Dialogues in Human geography 10 (2), 195-198, 2020
Becoming a personal style blogger: Changing configurations and spatialities of aesthetic labour in the fashion industry
T Brydges, J Sjöholm
International journal of cultural studies 22 (1), 119-139, 2019
Blogging for sustainability: The intermediary role of personal green blogs in promoting sustainability
S Joosse, T Brydges
Environmental communication 12 (5), 686-700, 2018
The locational choices and interregional mobilities of creative entrepreneurs within Canada’s fashion system
T Brydges, BJ Hracs
Regional Studies 53 (4), 517-527, 2019
Collaborative fashion consumption–A synthesis and future research agenda
CE Henninger, T Brydges, S Iran, K Vladimirova
Journal of Cleaner Production 319, 128648, 2021
Platforms and the pandemic: A case study of fashion rental platforms during COVID‐19
T Brydges, L Heinze, M Retamal, CE Henninger
The Geographical Journal 187 (1), 57-63, 2021
What motivates millennials? How intersectionality shapes the working lives of female entrepreneurs in Canada’s fashion industry
T Brydges, BJ Hracs
Gender, Place & Culture 26 (4), 510-532, 2019
Selling sustainability: Investigating how Swedish fashion brands communicate sustainability to consumers
T Brydges, CE Henninger, M Hanlon
Sustainability: Science, Practice and Policy 18 (1), 357-370, 2022
Consuming Canada: How fashion firms leverage the landscape to create and communicate brand identities, distinction and values
T Brydges, BJ Hracs
Geoforum 90, 108-118, 2018
“Made in Canada”: Local production networks in the Canadian fashion industry
T Brydges
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 62 (2), 238-249, 2018
Qualifying aesthetic values in the experience economy: The role of independent fashion boutiques in curating slow fashion
D Leslie, T Brydges, S Brail
Spatial dynamics in the experience economy, 88-102, 2015
Changing geographies of fashion during Covid‐19: The Australian case
T Brydges, L Heinze, M Retamal
Geographical Research 59 (2), 206-216, 2021
Coming into fashion: Expanding the entrepreneurial ecosystem concept to the creative industries through a Toronto case study
T Brydges, R Pugh
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 65 (3), 346-367, 2021
An “orphan” creative industry: Exploring the institutional factors constraining the Canadian fashion industry
T Brydges, R Pugh
Growth and Change 48 (4), 942-962, 2017
Evolution versus entrenchment: debating the impact of digitization, democratization and diffusion in the global fashion industry
T Brydges, BJ Hracs, M Lavanga
International Journal of Fashion Studies 5 (2), 365-372, 2018
Exploring the influence of social media on sustainable fashion consumption: A systematic literature review and future research agenda
K Vladimirova, CE Henninger, SI Alosaimi, T Brydges, H Choopani, ...
Journal of Global Fashion Marketing 15 (2), 181-202, 2024
Can rental platforms contribute to more sustainable fashion consumption? Evidence from a mixed-method study
E Amasawa, T Brydges, CE Henninger, K Kimita
Cleaner and Responsible Consumption 8, 100103, 2023
Wellbeing Wardrobe: A wellbeing economy for the fashion and textile sector
SA Sharpe, T Brydges, M Retamal, R Pugh, M Lavanga
European Environmental Bureau, 2022
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