Archive for the ‘Sustainable Fashion’ Category

Not many are aware that fast fashion is the second most polluting industry after oil. Here are some staggering numbers. More than 100 billion garments are produced across the globe. Surprisingly, not all products are sold. They are disposed off at a hefty discount to third world which is already reeling under discarded textiles. It [...]
A summer wardrobe is incomplete without bright colors, breezy fabrics, and snazzy outfits. Do you know that your fast fashion summer essentials contribute severely to environmental damage? Artificial dyes, unsafe working conditions, high resource overhead, wastage, and fast fashion is responsible for it et al. By opting for an environment-friendly wardrobe this summer, you can [...]
Environment-friendly fashion has become prevalent in recent years, with the dynamicity of the evolving apparel trends. But, it is still a long way from countering the harm committed to the environment by unsustainable fashion industry practices. If one takes UN’s COP26 mandates seriously, businesses must immediately adopt or update their sustainable fashion practices. How is Sustainable Fashion [...]
Ethical fashion and sustainable fashion are synonymous terms, which are used interchangeably. Despite using these terms interchangeably, it can confuse consumers. Only the savviest, meticulous, sustainable, and ethical clothing manufacturers insist on distinguishing between the two fashion types. Understanding the difference between these two options is essential to help environment-conscious textile consumers make more intelligent purchases. [...]
The sustainable clothing industry has to continuously innovate to be at par with the world of artificially manufactured textiles. Sustainable cotton garments have become the staple clothing accessory for the masses and the classes. There is another reason to rejoice, organic textile manufacturers are introducing innovative sustainable fabrics to influence couture trends in the coming years. As [...]
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