Love isn’t in the air, it is the pollution. While everyone is fighting it through their own ways, the streetwear label Pangaia is using air pollution to produce fashionable ink for clothes. That’s something nobody’s probably heard before. The brand’s latest clothing collection features clothes
It is well-known that the fashion industry is one of the major contributors to environmental, social, and labor issues – from polluting fast fashion to toxic chemicals and synthetic residual. It is a never-ending hamster wheel of fast fashion, pressurizing the customers to buy more
Fashion has become an integral part of human civilization. Since mankind learned to weave and sew, new trends in clothing styles have been emerging every other week. While dressing well is good, the effects of the fashion industry on people, and the environment as well,
As the demand for sustainable fashion is increasing, more and more clothing brands are opting for environmentally-friendly fashion choices. While the secondhand clothing industry is estimated to be valued at $64 billion by 2025, Gucci has taken its first step toward sustainability with its Off
What Redress founder, Christina Dean, is currently doing is a bit of an adventure indeed and while for most of us guys it might not really be a big deal, making the wrong fashion statement is a major concern for plenty of girls out there.