Usually we like to post updates on sustainable fashion news on social media every now and then. However, this week I’ve decided to write a whole blogpost about the latest sustainable fashion news. There is a lot going on you
“I made this item you are going to buy, but I didn’t get paid for it.” I was driving in the car back home when I heard the news. Turkish Zara garment workers sewed riot labels in the Zara items
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
Saving the world. Yep, that doesn’t sound like an easy and fun task. Impossible even. But everyone that has followed the news lately knows this is urgent. Instead of joining forces, I hear a lot of disapproval. ‘’Well there are
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.
If you have a look at the labels of the clothes hanging in your wardrobe, undoubtedly you will find a piece of clothing with the label ‘Made in India’. While Indian labourers live from a loan of roughly sixty to