Fashion

Can fashion be sustainable?

The production of a single piece of clothing can have huge costs to the environment and people ’s livelihoods. From cultivating the crops until disposing of the worn out item, producing a garment uses up a lot of energy and natural resources and is causing a large amount of waste. In addition to concerns about the environment, there are social concerns, that affect people working in the garment factories. Among these are low wages, unsafe workplaces, child and slave labour and health threads through toxicities.

The garment industry is a key player in the global economic development and has the potential to make a change to social and environmental conditions. And it is to some extent the consumer who can instigate the necessary change by rethinking shopping habits. Read more below, to learn what easy ways there are to be part of that change.

Who benefits from sustainable clothing?


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What materials are sustainable?


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How can I recycle or resuse unloved clothes?


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