Fair Fashion brand of the month: VEJA

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Currently my favourite sneaker brand is VEJA. I love the pair I bought a couple of months ago. I’m thinking about adding another one to my collection. These shoes are not only comfortable and fit to pretty much any outfit, but they are also very eco- and human-friendly. On their webpage there’s tons of information, because they are really trying to be transparent to their customer.

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Fair Fashion Brand of the Month: Junglefolk

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Another month, another brand to introduce to you. Here’s a swiss brand because later this week we are off to Basel. This brand has very few pieces but nevertheless they are all beautiful. I love their design and the idea that those pieces are not only meant to last but also are so classy that I can imagine them as being great standards to any wardrobe. Also they are very versatile, as with my top 5 choices I can already imagine 4 different outfits. When I’m in Basel I’ll definitely visit their store.

10 reasons why fast fashion sucks

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Doomsday Clock has recently been advanced by 30 seconds. In laymen´s terms it´s two minutes before midnight – or two minutes before the world will face it’s annihilation. Reason is that in 2017 and 2018 politicians failed to respond to the environmental crisis and nucluear threats, according to the Bulletin of the Atomatic Scientists.

The question is, why do we have to wait for politicians to make a change when it’s in our hands to change the world? For many environmentalists, it is a first step to change own consumption and fashion is probably the easiest and a pretty effective way to adapt the new lifestyle. Fashion is also a big player in pollution. Fast Fashion is probably contributing the greatest part of pollution from the fashion industry. Here are some reasons why