Have you ever wondered why everything has to be new? Why do we need new clothes? Why do new clothes have to be made from new materials? Why? This year, at 1st August, we reached World Overshoot Day. The day
It’s Thursday and I'm relaxing a bit with my morning coffee. Clothes and mirrors everywhere make it one big mess at home, but I am sitting here with a big smile on my face. Yesterday we hosted a clothing swap
Last Sunday Nadia and I went to the Fair Fashion Festival in Utrecht. This is an event that introduces, celebrates and acknowledges fair fashion. During the day visitors could shop fair fashion at a market, fashion shows were being held
Last week I paid a visit to the Venture Café in Rotterdam where every Thursday a gathering is held filled with interesting programs for innovators, entrepreneurs, students and other interested peeps. Two weeks ago the program was about focus in
Lots of people often wonder how and where to find sustainable fashion. Well, this weekend it was all cluttered at the biggest fair fashion festival of Rotterdam: The Fair Fashion Festival (you wouldn’t have guessed), organized by Young and Fair.
It’s 15.00 and I walk to the Erasmus Paviljoen Clothing Swap. It’s quiet outside and I wonder if I am too late, since the swap started at 14.00. When I walk in, I see that’s not the case. The theater
Woohoo! Tomorrow the Netherlands will turn orange everywhere! For the non-Dutchies: tomorrow it’s Kingsday and on this day we celebrate the birthday of our King Willem-Alexander. It’s basically just a big excuse to get hammered and have a day off
As a new-born sustainable fashion blogger I had the chance to have an evening at the Amsterdam Fashion Week. Very excited, I tried to pick my outfit, but what do you wear at a famous fashion event? Do you follow