How and Why the Fashion Industry Is Trending Toward Sustainable Clothing

Who makes the clothes we wear every day? Where are they being made? And what happens to all the clothes we discard? These are the questions both fashion brands and consumers are starting to ask more than ever. Fashion as we know it, whether we like to hear it or not, is an industry largely built on low-cost labor, horrible working conditions, animal cruelty, and environmental degradation.

Regenerative Returns

Regenerative agriculture can take carbon out of the atmosphere and replace it in the soil Soon consumers will be able to link their eating habits to food, and fashion habits to clothing, that is specifically designed to reverse climate change. Consumers need not wait for their government to take action; their everyday purchasing habits can ‘fix’ the largest problem facing humanity today.

Ethical Shopping: Are We Really On Board?

Questions around ethics in the fast fashion industry have been high on the agenda ever since the tragedy of the 2012 fire at the Tazreen Fashions factory in Dhaka. This horrific incident urgently brought to our attention the human cost of fast fashion, highlighting serious health and safety concerns and paving necessary steps for safer worker conditions.