Practically everything you buy, use and consume has a water footprint because it took water to process and transport it. Being thoughtful about purchases, reusing where you can and recycling can reduce your water footprint.
Thrift Store Shopping Has become a Way of Life for Many People The average American throws away 70 pounds of clothing every year. Many consider “shop ‘til you drop” a philosophy of life but that lifestyle comes at a high cost. By the end of the 1990s – the golden years of shopping – shoppers […]
Sustainable fashion brands aren’t about seasonal colors or must-have style trends. They’re all about sustainable use of resources and ethical practices. The need for sustainable fashion brands is becoming glaringly apparent as the textiles industry wreaks havoc on our planet. The processes involved in making clothing – for both plant-based and synthetic textiles – use […]
Move over Oscar, the BAFTA’s are leading the way on sustainability. In an effort to promote sustainability this awards season, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts sent out a guide created by the London College of Fashion that encourages attendees of the February awards ceremony to either rewear or rent an outfit for […]