Bamboo has been used as wood for housing, a Chinese side dish, a traditional Indian pen and used for making paper and musical instruments. After centuries of good use, we re-discovered the power and value of this special tall grass and how to use it to replace less sustainable materials, especially in the fashion industry. … More Bamboo: When is it sustainable?
Welcome ladies, we have a new fashion article just for you! Summer is not over yet and that’s why we have decided to collect the best pieces from our e-shop and give you some inspiration for … More Summer fashion and materials | Women’s edition
Certification in the fashion industry is informative in that it can give us some valuable insight into the production process behind the fabric our clothing is made of, where it was produced, and … More A Quick Guide to Certificates and Eco-fabrics: What Do They Mean and Why Are They Important?
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? … 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. … More Good Guys Don’t Wear Leather: The Sustainable Leather Shoe
Bio Certificate GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) is perhaps the most comprehensive certificate that guarantees the ethical status of your garment and that it is 100% ecological. The environmental requirements are followed from the beginning of … More Undressed: GOTS