Rethinking the Way We Buy Our Clothes

Now more than ever, we live in a society where we covet new and shiny things. Not only has consumption risen dramatically over the last 60 years, but we are damaging the environment at the same time. Have you thought about why we buy so many clothes and not recycle our already bought clothes? If... Continue Reading →

The True Cost – A Documentary That Intentionally Tries To Overwhelm Us

This is a story about clothing. About the clothes we wear, people who make these clothes, and the impact it’s having on our world. It’s a story about greed and fear, power and poverty. It is complex but it’s also simple - revealing just how connected we are to the many hearts and hands behind... Continue Reading →

What Is Sustainable Fashion?

Sustainable fashion is partly about producing clothes, shoes and accessories in environmentally and socio-economically sustainable manners, but also about more sustainable patterns of consumption and use, which necessitate shifts in individual attitudes and behaviour. However, there are many ways for fashion companies to offer a more sustainable fashion, and for consumers to consume more sustainably.... Continue Reading →

Raising the Awareness of Sustainable Fashion

Are you interested in increasing awareness of sustainable fashion? Do you have questions like what are we doing with all these cheap clothes and what we can do to be more sustainable in your mind? 1. Overdressed Cline sets out to uncover the true nature of the cheap fashion. What are we doing with all... Continue Reading →

The Future of Sustainable Fashion

Are you interested in where is the sustainable fashion heading to? What does the future bring for sustainable fashion? Here is the reading list to educate yourself in the field of sustainable fashion: 1. Slower Style: The Amazing Future of Sustainable Fashion Not so fast, fashion. Designs and prices out of control, only one thing... Continue Reading →

Slow Fashion: Can you Save Money with Ethical Fashion?

Everyone has that moment, where you look at your closet, see an array of options and still feel you have nothing to wear. That dilemma is a consequence of the "fast fashion" shopping culture we live in. This encourages us to buy clothes that are low-cost and on-trend. The brands make them from materials that have... Continue Reading →

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