Repair is a radical act - One great action we can take is to make things last longer. The other day the zipper part of my son's Patagonia coat broke, so we went to the store to request for a repair.
GUPPYFRIEND® Washing Bags [Part 1 of 2] - Look at what you can see after using this bag for a month!
We’ve been participating since 2021 in the one-year project called Fuku no Tane, which helps you understand the process of making clothes by harvesting organic cotton. This year will be our third year. The harvested cottons from the first and second year has come back as clothes!
Take the Second Hand September challenge! Make your pledge to shop second hand for 30 days.
Most of the clothing you wear every day contains some percentage of synthetic fibers. We will talk about microplastic particles flowing out of our households and what we can do about it.
Would you buy a 2 euros t-shirt?
How many clothes should we actually have? A new report from researchers at the Hot Or Cool Institute might give us a few clues.
Enjoy fashion while being kind to the planet.
Movie recommendation! A very easy-to-understand, fun and easy-to-listen documentary. You may know already that fast fashion isn't good for the planet, but why exactly isn't it good? What can we do? How should we consume to lead to a better future?
Get involved; your voice can change the system!
Today we wanted to talk about the characteristics of the polyamide resin used in this bag, and how is it useful as well as what we feel about the GUPPY FRIEND Washing bag.
A new business model from Denmark.
CARCEL is a brand from Copenhagen, Denmark. They are a sustainable fashion brand where the clothes are made by women in prisons in Peru and Thailand.