A discolored dress. A lonely sock. Ripped and torn stockings. A tainted tops. The washed-out T-shirt. The worn-out jeans. The skirt that wasn’t your color. The ruined jacket. The old, forgotten or undesired clothes of your wardrobe. What to do(...)
It’s true that wearing the right clothing is a necessity in the outdoors, but does the creation of those products really need to cause harm to the environment you love? No, they don’t—especially with so many sustainable, ethical out(...)
The ever flourishing RMG sector has been held by foreign buyers as a worthy resource based on high-volume and low-cost products. The RMG industry plays a crucial role in the development of the economy of Bangladesh contributing to more than 80% perce(...)
The owner of high street fashion chain ZARA says its clothes will be made from 100 percent sustainable fabrics by 2025. Inditex, which owns Zara, confirmed that its other brands, which include Zara Home, Massimo Dutti and Pull&Bear - will also mo(...)
Have a look how we can reduce our Fashion Environmental Impact and make clothes last longer to save the planet.
Even the greenest garment uses resources for production and transport to your home, creating some environmental impact.(...)