“An environmental and social emergency”- this is what the United Nations call the waste problem in the fashion industry. It’s time to stop and change the course of things, and we can start right in our closet!
You might have thought about using deadstock in your next project (or you might have already used it). One reason why using deadstock is a great option is because it is sustainable, and whilst we might be biased, we do think that using this leftover fabric is one of the most sustainable options there is out there. So just why is using deadstock such a great choice for our planet? To help, we put together a few points for you.
The fashion world is slowing down. We’ve been witnessing the growth of sustainable and local businesses that offer natural and organic handmade pieces, a tendency that counters the fast fashion movement.
For artisans, their work is almost like their refuge and they practice making every item with love, leaving a piece of themselves on it. For those who aim to be just hobbyists in this world, we have a few tips on how you can start!
We know we’re living strange times that are affecting our routines, but how can we maintain our sustainable lifestyles and still do our part to help the planet? There are still many things you can do from home, so we leave you here a few tips that will help you to keep sustainability on top of your priorities!