Round-Up: 8 Sustainable Fashion Textiles

Originally written for & published on Luxiders Magazine, Berlin – read here. Insects, fruits, wine, cow dung, coffee and DNA – sounds like a pretty odd list of things, doesn’t it? You’d be surprised to find that all of the natural resources mentioned here have something in common! They are all potential solutions for a more sustainable & circular fashion industry, and a better tomorrow.  … Continue reading Round-Up: 8 Sustainable Fashion Textiles

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Eco-Tourism: Being a Conscious Traveler

Originally written for & published on Luxiders Magazine, Berlin. Read here As summer comes to an end, it’s time to look back at this highly anticipated time of the year which marks the start of the holiday season and gives full-time workers the opportunity to take some time off their stressful jobs. Holidays are planned well in advance and shopping sprees are majorly enjoyed – … Continue reading Eco-Tourism: Being a Conscious Traveler

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Sustainable Shopping: Keeping It Circular

Originally written for & published on Luxiders Magazine, Berlin – read here The traditional fashion industry follows a very linear value chain, where leftover fabric scraps at the manufacturing stage and clothes that we purchase at a retail stage are discarded, and that is why the term ‘circular economy’ has become widespread across the sector. So what is it and why is it the new … Continue reading Sustainable Shopping: Keeping It Circular

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Over-Production & Over-Consumption

— The problem lies within us. We are all consumers. We are constantly consuming. With the rapid spike in digitisation and high smartphone penetration levels across countries around the world, we consume exponential amounts of information on a daily basis. With globalisation at its peak and vast product offerings, we’re faced with the dilemma of choice. We have too many choices and hence consume too much … Continue reading Over-Production & Over-Consumption