There are so many ways for us to be sustainable. It’s just that sometimes we find it hard to know how to start incorporating it in our lives. Good thing, there are now sustainable bloggers that we can follow for inspiration and here are some of them. Inhabitat – It
While some people think that queer style is just a trend, it is more than that. It can be considered as a social revolution. This is the reason why designers and brands have started narrowing down sexual division in fashion. This kind of fashion breaks down stereotypes. Nowadays, we can
Gen Z has always been a generation full of passion. They have been greatly concerned about the environment and climate change. They started including sustainable practices in their day-to-day life, from using reusable grocery bags, opting for natural products, and switching to metal straws. In fact, according to the survey
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Since the legalization of cannabis in most countries, people have been tapping into the many benefits of the plant. Aside from the use of CBD, The Island Now.com says, people are also starting to adopt hemp clothing as a better option than regular clothing, helping to sustain the environment and contributing to the growth of the cannabis industry. What’s Hemp Fabric? Hemp fabrics are essentially gotten from the hemp plant. It is obtained from hemp stalks which contain no THC. When processed, these stalks are transformed into hemp fabrics used in producing clothing like dresses, … Read More
According to the report by World Economic Forum, the fashion industry produces 10% of carbon emissions. The report also indicates that the fashion industry is the 2nd largest consumer of water supply in the world. The more clothes people buy, the more textiles go to landfills. Why do Brands overproduce? Overproduction is the result of trend cycles that only lasted for a short term. Fast fashion brands also often aim for short-frame production. Although this may seem efficient, it is actually an unsustainable practice. What are The Results of Overproduction? Because of trend-based overproduction, brands … Read More