Yes, you might be extremely busy and unavailable. And yes, despite your passion for sustainability and a brighter future, you might find yourself exhausted and dismotivated to continually be the virtous one saving the planet from a literal burn out. But, as it often is, the world is not black and white filled with angles … More Your daily guide to a more sustainable life.
Eco fabrics – what are they and how are they made? How much do we truly know about these materials that claim to be better for us, the environment, and those who work with them to create our garments? We can identify a few problems currently faced in the clothing industry: Poor working conditions of … More Eco fabrics and the sustainability of leather: an analysis
When it comes to leather and sustainability, many of us are left confused and questioning what the best approach is in terms of less wasteful and healthier alternatives to current practices for both the planet and our own health. The issue of vegan leather production compared to the utilisation of real leather that would otherwise … More Good Guys Don’t Wear Leather: The Sustainable Leather Shoe
In a world that is constantly rushing, moving and shifting towards better and more exciting ambitions and fantasies, it can sometimes get desperately difficult to take a deep breath and slow it down a little. Perhaps it is this world´s speedy nature full of profound promises that keeps pushing us into the corners of consumerism. … More Slow fashion in the world that can’t stop moving: how to give up fashion consumerism
The term ‘capsule wardrobe’ was coined in the 1970s, to describe a different approach to fashion and shopping. The capsule wardrobe is unique to each individual, however the common thread is that the amount of clothing it consists of is minimal, it stands the test of changing trends and is seasonally versatile. How? The key … More Declutter with a sustainable capsule wardrobe
The marketing nature of the social media models is based on promoting products via well-followed and publicly known figures. Those that are currently being called influencers. Whereas in the past products were advertised via a celebrity or expert endorsement, those times are perhaps far behind us. The trend setters now are nor famous or successful … More Can Fashion Influencers be sustainable?
The Fashion Revolution Week might be over yet their cause is more alive than ever. Let´s take this opportunity to rewind on their mission to transform and better the entire fashion industry. In previous posts, we have talked about the birth of Fashion Revolution and what are their main objectives. Today, let´s talk about what … More The end is just the beginning: Fashion Revolution Week 2020
Linn Frisinger and Nadja Forsberg, the two founders of the iconic Swedish Stockings, have a clear vision- they want to to change the entire hosiery industry. Linn and Nadja argue that whole two billion on tights are being produced and wasted every single year. TWO BILLION. And those two billion also unfortunately make the textile … More Swedish Stockings on their mission to change the industry
It´s always inspiring to see how the front faces of the fashion industry are turning towards more ethical and sustainable practices in the process of fashion production. Vivienne Westwood is one of the best examples in this matter. As determined as she is, her fashion values are the same. They are sustainable, ethical and progressive. … More The one where Vivienne Westwood stars in “No Place Like Home”
We all know that going sustainable is life-changing but sometimes a little unattainable. Swedish YouTuber Jenny Mustard shows you how to remain sustainable yet fashionable and creative without spending a fortune. As always, you will get some valuable insight into the fast fashion industry but also be reminded of the power of vintage and the … More Jenny Mustard: 7 tips on how to avoid FAST FASHION