Over the course of one year, Luke Hooke wore only wool, documenting his journey as his Year of Wool. In this podcast interview, Luke reflects on his experience during the last 12 months.
About Luke Hooke
Luke Hooke is the young Australian behind Year of Wool, a project promoting wool clothing and the wool industry. For 365 days Luke wore only wool and wool blend clothing to demonstrate the versatility and incredible natural qualities of wool and wool clothing. Having grown up on a wool growing farm in Victoria, Australia, Luke explored post-farm-gate part of the wool industry, promoting the wonderful fibre that is wool while also learning more about the industry.
Connect with Luke Hooke here
Year of Wool website
Year of Wool on Instagram
Year of Wool on Facebook
Key Time Stamps
[spp-timestamp time=”01:23″] About Luke Hooke
[spp-timestamp time=”02:41″] About Luke’s experience of wearing wool for one year
[spp-timestamp time=”04:10″] Companies visited by Luke
[spp-timestamp time=”09:13″] Wearing wool in summer vs. winter
[spp-timestamp time=”10:48″] Unexpected lessons from the year of wool
[spp-timestamp time=”13:18″] Feedback for wool brands
[spp-timestamp time=”14:35″] When Luke did not wear wool
[spp-timestamp time=”15:30″] Did anyone join Luke in his year of wool?
[spp-timestamp time=”16:17″] Did Luke find a wool belt?
[spp-timestamp time=”17:13″] Did wool include wool in his interiors?
[spp-timestamp time=”18:45″] Opportunities for the wool industry
[spp-timestamp time=”21:28″] What will Luke do once his year of wool is finished?
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