How many times do you throw in your clothes into the washing machine, only to realize some colors have bled, or a dress has shrunk.. and other washing disasters. Worry not, we’ve got you. Here are the most commonly used care label symbols, and what each of them mean. Preserving your clothes is a win-win proposition. Easy on the pocket, good for the environment, and … Continue reading Do You Know Your Care Labels?
Sustainability is still marketed as a luxury – something that involves buying expensive looking organic shirts. But the organic cotton t-shirts are not going to save the world. You will. Continue reading How to be sustainable, even when it may seem like you can’t afford it
The best part about slow fashion is that it allows us to truly care for our clothes, and love them for making us feel special. Continue reading #CultureofCare: The Easiest Way To Save The World
Did you know that most fashion brands use the same trade routes that were established by colonials 150 years ago? Colonialism is defined as “the policy and practice of a power in extending control over weaker peoples or areas”. In today’s world, this is very easily translated to most organizations, but especially holds true in fashion. According to Wikipedia, the largest apparel exporting nations were … Continue reading Colonialism vs Fast Fashion
How many times have you bought an amazing outfit, worn it the first time with total pleasure, put it in the wash without reading the labels and repented this vile circle of life? As is knowing how to take care of your precious clothes. A lot of the labels today come with dry-clean-only warnings, which means they use dyes that bleed very easily or the … Continue reading No More Dry Cleaning: 5 Alternatives For A Chemical Free Wash
The lost art of sewing needs to be revived for us to have a true shot at sustainable fashion. Continue reading When Life Gives You Scraps, Make A Quilt
Why is there so much fuss about fast fashion? Continue reading Fast Fashion: The Dirty Truth Behind Your Favorite Brand
What goes into making your favourite article of clothing? Continue reading What’s in my denims?
Why is it so hard to support sustainable fashion? Continue reading 6 Problems with ‘Sustainable Fashion’
Why we think the future is going to fabulous Continue reading The Future is Fabulous