This week consumers all over the world will hopefully have experienced posts on social media and events in major cities asking the question: Who made my clothes? Which is one of the questions Fashion Revolution wants consumers to ask their brands in order to demand transparency and decent human rights in an industry they call exploiting, opaque and damaging. During the same week major retail and fashion stores launch their mid-season sales. What a contrast! Continue reading to learn more about the Fashion Revolution organization, working conditions of textile workers in Bangladesh and how to become more conscious in your shopping.
I found myself in a busy everyday life that made me dishy and nausea. As a family we were at a cross road to either slow down and simplify or speed up and buy more help, an extra car and cut more corners. But boy it felt wrong! If I didn't already feel fed up with our lifestyle - the thought of a life in which we were to speed up further and keep our eyes conveniently shut to how our busy and unconscious overconsumption influences the planet we live on surely made me sick.
Fashion, food and traveling are three crucial subjects to address when rethinking your life to become more sustainable. The Fashion and textile industry is the second largest polluter only second to gas and oil. Read on to get our thoughts on and experiences with second hand clothing.
Clothing and how we carelessly consume it has tremendous impact on the environment. I say it is about time we dust off some old habits in order to make each piece live as long as possible. According to businessoffasion.com and National Geographic the fashion and textile industry is the second biggest polluter only outcompeted by the... Continue Reading →