Sustainable Fashion

Everything you want to know about the sustainability of the textile and fashion industry

We can find many different materials on the textile market. Some of them are well known while others are new inventions. We provide information and clarity about how sustainable these materials are. A lot of the textiles and clothing we use are made of plastic fibers, which have negative impact on health and environment.

Hemp Fabrics

While cotton is the most abundant natural fiber, other plant-based natural fibers have become increasingly popular such as hemp, which is derived from the Cannabis sativa plant.

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Leather and the Environment

Leather is responsible for a variety of adverse environmental impacts at multiple points throughout its entire lifecycle. To combat these effects, it is important to improve the sustainability of the leather industry while more environmentally conscious alternatives are being developed.

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Cotton Blends

While cotton has many positive attributes for clothing production, there are many disadvantages to this natural fiber as well. In order to balance and improve the undesirable characteristics of cotton, it can be combined with other fibers to create blended fabrics with desirable properties.

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Leather Alternatives

Leather alternatives represent a new frontier in sustainable fashion, where innovation is breeding creative solutions to the environmental concerns produced by one of the most notorious textiles in the fashion industry.

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Recycled Wool

Although wool is sustainable, several steps in its production process can still lead to pollution and emissions. Recycled wool eliminates some of the adverse environmental impacts incurred by the use of virgin wool in fabric production.

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