Calling all shopping addicts – the ocean needs our help. The fashion industry is responsible for 10% of carbon emissions and 20% of wastewater worldwide. This comes at the expense of our ocean and it’s about time it stopped. Not only are recognisable brands such as Levi’s and Patagonia beginning to adopt more ethical practices. A whole wave of up-and-coming brands such as TALA, House of Sunny, Pact, and Thought are opening the door to a sustainable fashion revolution. As cons
The move towards sustainable red carpet looks The pressure for celebrities to look their best at red carpet events is undeniable. It is expected, after any large red carpet event, that one of the most talked about factors is the outfits of the attending celebrities. YouTube videos with millions of views and viral Twitter posts circulate, supporting and criticising outfits. This has contributed to celebrities’ desire for one-off, unique pieces to stand out and receive praise.
How thrifted clothing can counter the fashion industry’s growing problem I think it’s fair to say that the fashion industry has a problem with sustainability – and now is the time for a much-needed intervention. With environmental destruction and pollution being a part of our daily lives, there is a growing sense of collective responsibility to address this climate emergency. The damage as we know, has been a result of unsustainable practices, including the wide use of plasti