As problems arise, humans have a tendency to seek out better solutions as well as change. This can usually lead to innovation and progress. One wonderful, innovative solution for the very unsustainable and highly polluting world of fashion, is the use of cork (yes, the same stuff stopped into your wine bottles) as a leather or faux leather alternative!
With the growing demand for sustainable practices in recent years, many companies have adopted green marketing strategies to boost their brand image and appeal to new customers. The question is, how can we distinguish companies that truly dedicate themselves to protecting the planet from those that incorporate green campaigns to garner more profits?
Did you know that the textile industry is one of the dirtiest and most polluting in the world? It may be difficult to understand why, when that cute dress you bought just the other week was so pretty. As with many industries today, environmental sustainability has become a big priority which has led to new innovations: more eco-friendly innovations.
You may have heard the term ‘slow fashion’ thrown around a lot as of late. This is no coincidence; it is very ‘now’, very ‘in’ and very much relevant for our time. There is a crucial need to adapt to this shift from fast fashion, in order to limit and reduce our influence on this already degrading environment and planet. Read more to know why you should be a part of this revolution!
By choosing and shopping smarter, people can limit their individual impacts on the environment. That’s why we have compiled a list of brands that offer more responsible choices to make it even easier! This list is a collection of brands that are proudly ethical, sustainable, ecological and/or transparent in what they do.