Making sure your closet is stocked with cruelty-free clothes means you can get dressed without worrying about what went into what you're wearing. There is a continued transition away from cyclical trends, and instead a strong focus on self-expressive colors that evade antiquated seasonal structure.
Enjoy an afternoon revolving around the topic of sustainability! Guided by our expert Lina you will meet local change makers at their shops and ateliers, get to know about their work, sustainable fashion and the unique products they offer. The tour will end at Heldenmarkt. All participants get free entrance and can exlore the fair on their own afterwards.
At the fair you find exhibitors presenting their sustainable projects and products revolving around sustainable living, travelling, food. You can listen to expert talks, visit exhibitions and workshops. The tour will be held regardless of weather conditions — make sure to be equipped accordingly. It is in the responsibility of participants to be adequately insured, we herewith decline any legal liability.
If you have any questions, please contact us via e-mail. You can make your reservation via Eventbrite or via email at: Last days before Christmas and still missing some presents for your family or friends? Christmas should not mean meaningless shopping, but taking a step back and thinking about what is important. Christmas should not mean meaningless shopping, but taking a step back and thinking about what is important to us and our community.
From Mitte to Neukölln you will have the chance to discover beautiful products and to sustain the artisans behind them. For questions and reservations you can email us at alice greenfashiontours. Sustainable Fashion designer Get Changed!
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Environment portal Category Commons Journals Degrees. Retrieved from " https: Fashion Clothing and the environment Sustainability by subject. PMC format Webarchive template archiveis links Articles needing additional references from January All articles needing additional references All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from December Choosing organic fibers or sustainable fabrics--like those made from bamboo or hemp--can also trim the amount of carbon you give off and chemicals you bring into your life, and there's no doubt that's a good thing.
It's Better for People Photo via Jsome1 flickr. Buying clothes labeled under the Fair Trade Act is sustainable on several levels: You can be sure it was produced under safe working conditions, it's sweatshop free, and the person who made it earned a fair wage. That's saying a lot when you look at an industry known for its harsh labor practices and unhealthy cost-cutting; purchasing pieces that are considered Fair Trade proves that people and places mean as much as or more than the company's bottom line.
It's Better for Animals Photo via Sunfox flickr. You may love the look of those leather boots you saw on the runway, but the life of the animal that gave up its skin should have you thinking twice about buying them. The same goes for fur and leather anything, and, for vegans, that refusal to take advantage of animals extends as far as not wearing wool or silk.
Making sure your closet is stocked with cruelty-free clothes means you can get dressed without worrying about what went into what you're wearing. It Lasts Longer Photo via Lepti flickr. While buying organic, renewable fibers is often the least toxic way to go, finding timeless, durable pieces can be just as green: Instead of wearing those trendy organic leggings for just one season, invest in classic shapes , chic silhouettes, and foolproof colors that you can flaunt for years to come.