Sundressed by Lucianne Tonti | Black Inc.

Sundressed will inspire consumers and creators to move beyond sustainability into an age of regeneration.
—Kit Willow

Sundressed : Natural Fibres and the Future of Fashion

Awards for Sundressed

  • Winner – Cover Design Award, Australian Business Book Awards 2023
  • Finalist – Social Responsibility Award – Australian Business Book Awards 2023

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About the author

Lucianne  Tonti

Lucianne Tonti has worked in fashion in Melbourne, Sydney, London and Paris. In 2020 she launched the sustainable fashion site Prelude, as profiled in Vogue. …

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Praise for Sundressed

‘Even for those devoted to fashion, the ugly side of beautiful clothing is impossible to ignore. Yet the dazzling complexity in how what we wear gets made means the scope of the problem – and the way out – is difficult to fully grasp. Where many might condescend or sneer, Lucianne Tonti takes on this hard task with clear-eyed tenderness. She does not offer obvious solutions where there are none, but proposes a tapestry of possibilities for mending a broken industry. This book has a message of hope for fashion lovers: the clothes made with the most care are also the most exquisite.’ —Alyx Gorman, lifestyle editor for The Guardian

Sundressed will inspire consumers and creators to move beyond sustainability into an age of regeneration.’ —Kit Willow

‘An engrossing read for any fashion lover.’ —Fashion Journal

‘Essential investigation into the sustainable future of fashion’ —Alison Huber, Readings

‘With personal experience in fashion houses and research into sustainable textiles, fashion insider Lucianne Tonti looks beyond sustainable fashion to a future remade by natural fibres in Sundressed.’ —Abby Seaman, The Age

‘Lucianne Tonti is a lovely writer, thank goodness, because were she not, the complex, radical subject matter of her un-put-downable book Sundressed, about regenerative agriculture and its vital role in fashion's future, might not be first pick off the shelf for many readers.’ —Creative Victoria