We all have our weak moments of desire and in this case, it was my time to succumb to the tempting cheap fast fashion trends.
After Fashion Revolution week, a video from “Last Week Tonight With John Oliver” has brought the topic of ethical fashion to a more massive audience and we believe this is only the first step in the process of inspiring curiosity in the general consumer about
Being a more ethical consumer shouldn’t be hard. As a matter of fact, it’s very easy, there is one major rule that is the base of it all: I could stop here, since this is pretty much all you need to do. Buying fewer clothes will
Here is the deal: most ethical fashion brands are ugly. I don’t like the clothes and if I ever bought them, it wouldn’t be for style or beauty. Some brands feel the need to “look” sustainable, using unfortunate fabrics like hemp and designing clothes for
The path to sustainability For a few months now, the fast fashion retailer H&M has been talking about a Conscious collection, somehow involving sustainability and a more ethical approach to their manufacturing. Curious, I checked out their website to read more about the initiative. The