Sustainable Fashion

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

Polyester is a synthetic fiber made out of plastic, and it is the most commonly used fiber globally accounting for 60% of the composition of clothing. Although polyester recycling has been discussed as a potentially good solution for circularity in fashion, there are actually many problems associated with the process.

A Comparative Analysis of Viscose and Polyester

This article delves into the environmental impacts, production processes, and sustainable practices of viscose and polyester, comparing their strengths and challenges to guide consumers towards more eco-friendly fashion choices.

→ →

Bio-based Polyester – Rejecting the Use of Petroleum in Fashion

The vast majority of polyester production is reliant on fossil fuel-based resources, which are not sustainable and risk market volatility due to their finite nature. To reduce the industry’s reliance on these petroleum-based resources, bio-based polyesters have emerged as a more sustainable alternative.

→ →

Recycled Polyester

Recycled polyester is lauded as a sustainable solution to reduce the environmental impact of polyester production. But is it really an improvement over conventional polyester?

→ →