The environment is one of the biggest issues into today’s world. Whether it’s tackling climate change or switching to more sustainable fashion, we’re all thinking about our carbon footprint. Our articles include tips and advice on how you can become more sustainable and what steps you can take to adopt an eco-friendlier lifestyle. You can browse through this tag to find out more about slow fashion, sustainable alternatives, and practical steps you can take. Generation Z and millennials are leading the way to protect the planet by taking pro-active steps to change their lifestyles. We’re committed to helping you make sustainable change by letting you know about the latest developments in the industry, including within the fashion world. Want to learn more about the challenges our planet faces? Read more in the articles below.
When we’re in need of inspiration, we always turn to our favourite influencers. While you might think of influencers as being people trying to sell you a product, they can also be people who advocate for a type of lifestyle. Meet sustainability influencers.
We’ve all bought a last-minute gift that we know the person isn’t going to use for long. Whether it’s grabbing a novelty gift or something that will go out of style within a season, we’ve all been guilty of choosing a less than sustainable gift. When you think of how often you’re buying gifts – between Christmas, birthdays, graduations, engagements, baby showers. These are just a few examples of the events where you’re buying someone else a gift. Often, we leave our gift buying to the last-minute and end up regretting it.
In 2021, let’s make the commitment to wave goodbye to fast fashion. Over the last few years, we’ve all been making changes to our daily lives to help protect the planet and the world around us. One industry that is finally waking up to the role it’s playing with regards to climate change is the fashion industry. It’s an industry built on momentary trends and the need to consume more products at an ever-growing rate. It’s not just the rate of our consumerism that is the issue, it’s how we make our clothing. Whether it’s the droughts caused by cotton harvesting or the chemicals dumped into water systems in developing countries, the danger of fast fashion is everywhere you look.
Whether it’s the clothes we wear or the transport we use to go to work, we’re all trying to make more conscious choices in our everyday lives. The fashion industry is one of the biggest production sectors in the world – and also one of the most damaging. Rising consumerism and ever-changing trends have brought with it the concept of fast fashion. The keep up with demand, brands are turning to cheaper production methods, which are often damaging to the people making your clothes and the planet at large.