You could make your wardrobe greener if you focus on reducing, reusing and recycling the clothing you do buy.
What is the true definition of sustainability in fashion, and how close are brands getting to this ideal?
Our clothing and fashion choices say a lot about who we are, so why not choose more sustainable fabrics and brands on your next shopping trip?
Apparel manufacturers such as Patagonia, Scalable Press and Noso are finding new ways to shave their carbon pollution and otherwise green their practices to have less of an environmental impact moving forward.
Outdoor gear and clothing manufacturers are scrambling to find greener alternatives to PFCs to keep their jackets, boots and other gear from “wetting out.”
Even without the animal cruelty, vegan leather has its environmental problems, given its toxin-laden base materials & the harsh chemical tanning & dying involved.
The next frontier in greening your lifestyle might just be your closet. Do you know where your fabrics are from and who was exploited to make them for you?
New Winter Wear Raises the Green Bar
One of the best ways to introduce children to the great outdoors is to take them camping. As with other learning experiences, it’s best to start small, hiking in nearby woods or pitching a tent in the backyard.
Organic luxury clothes raise the industry bar.