Fashion’s fiercest critics say the industry has been going about sustainability all wrong. They claim its approach is elitist, and that efforts to improve have largely focused on the wrong priorities. That’s the argument made in the Open Source Fashion Cookbook, written by Angela Luna and Loulwa Al Saad, founders of Adiff, a design label that makes clothing and accessories from would-be waste materials and employs resettled refugees in its Greece factory to assemble them. Luna and Saad called on designers and thought leaders including Christopher Raeburn, BrownMill, Otto von Busch, Aditi Mayer and Sophia Li as contributors with goals to make sustainable fashion more accessible and to spark a dialogue about the fundamental changes needed in the fashion industry at large. Read more at Vogue Business.