The choice for natural fibers celebrates mother nature in all her unspoiled glory. Supporting sustainable materials is the key to achieve this. Skin friendly, breathable, soft and very comfortable wear.
Besides making them, the best way to get clothes, in my opinion, is to find them secondhand. In many ways, buying used is more earth-friendly than making your own. Today I want to talk specifically about vintage 25 years old or older clothes, and the benefits of shopping vintage.
Fashion Revolution Week is April This public awareness campaign week occurs on the anniversary of the Rana Plaza Factory Collapse, which was five years ago in When the Rana Plaza Factory collapsed, 1, Bangladeshi garment factory workers were killed while at work producing garments for Western fast fashion brands.
Having no prior intel on the place I entered with caution presuming the pieces that hung came with intimidating price tags. I was more than pleasantly surprised. There is a danger of vintage in Berlin becoming an oversaturated market.
We live in a world where we can order a jacket online and have it draped over our shoulders the following evening. However, with great choice also comes great responsibility, spurring us to think about how ethical fast fashion is — and whether we should slow down the pace. Slow Fashion is the movement of buying clothes for quality and longevity, encouraging a more ethical, sustainable and green way of life.
Los Angeles is nothing if not a city of style. But do you ever wonder how people do it? How they can keep up with the joneses of trends and afford our ridiculous rents at the same time?
Just use the cold water delicate cycle on your washing machine and then lay it out flat to dry naturally. Cotton garments tend to shrink a bit after washing but when worn they get right back to their original beautiful selves. Gorgeous stacked with other colors in endless combinations it just adds sparkle to your summer.
Today is somewhat of a celebration day for us! Why so? And believe us: we do get a little jealous here in Hamburg, when looking at the beautiful selection of garments offered in the numerous concept stores that seem to be looking prettier every time we visit the capital. We then decided on taking you on a little Slow Fashion Tour last year, visiting one store for every Slow Fashion related topic.
This slow cooker is the perfect size for serving 1 to 2 people. You can use it to cook soup or ribs and doesn't have to watch over it. It saves you lots of energy from cooking and you can just put your ingredients in there and forget about it until everything is ready.
A city of philosophers, artists, architects and academics, the Florentines have long been brimming with innovative ideas. Nowhere is this more evident than in their love to create—be it sculptures, fashion, housewares or toiletries—all with a detailed eye for beauty and luxury. This sense of dedicated artistry and pride still rings through today with high-end garments, hand-hewn furnishings, exquisite paper, delicate porcelain and much more still made in Florence, using talents passed down throughout generations.