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The Gov't of Japan Sep 12
The future of fashion is here: Japanese innovations will revolutionize garment manufacturing. Learn more:
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Vitalboo Store Sep 12
Creative Bamboo and Ceramic Candy Box
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30Wears Sep 10
You CAN do something. Don't be a bystander! Little things add up. The is a great starting point to reduce waste
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GMOAnswers Sep 7
Cotton is the source for versatile fall looks from the runway to the space station. Learn more about how GMO technology keeps cotton reliable.
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Protima Tiwary Sep 11
Hey Show us some love next weekend? RT for good karma 👀❣️
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Molly Edwards 9h
What are you wearing today? Chances are you’ve reached for one of the same items you always gravitate towards. The average American is buying 60 pieces of clothing a year... are you? Are you reaching for all your new items?
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Pildora NYC Sep 15
Gucci has announced that it will have a fully carbon-neutral supply chain by the end of September
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Pildora NYC 3h
Charities are using digital tools to make a splash in the fashion industry and are helping to upcycle, reduce waste and save the environment.
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Jasper Apparel 7h
Just back from a wonderful trip to the beautiful Hebrides to our first sample tee’s. Can’t wait to show you all... - -
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VintagEva Sep 15
VintagEva brings timeless and affordable unique vintage pieces. is an alternative to fast fashion. Stay chic & responsible.
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Oramai 15h
As many linen lovers will know, linen has hypoallergenic and antibacterial qualities, meaning it has natural ability to prevent bacterial growth and is perfect for sensitive skin-another reason why we love linen! Discover conscious modern luxury with Oramai
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EcoProdux 13h
Flamingo Printed Thermal Lunch Bag
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Paul Polman Sep 13
We can’t ignore the environmental price tag of our consumer habits. Let’s make our priority this
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WhereDoesItComeFrom? 14h
The market in the UK grew by 20% last year. Many brands are now offering a alternative at a price customers can stomach. But we ask the question 'Cheap Sustainable Fashion - Does It Exist?'
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globelamp Sep 14
2 years ago wearing Claire bare
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Caroline Baldwin 10h
Uniqlo and Toray have just announced they will begin converting plastic bottles into polyester fibres to create new clothes
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Issuu Sep 13
Brands like Mate the Label, H&M, Reformation, Stella McCartney, and Mara Hoffman have been sustainable fashion pioneers and are setting a grand example of techniques and changes other brands could and should make:
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Oramai Sep 15
It is estimated that between 80 and 100 billion pieces of clothing are produced each year, which is why it was important for our clothes to be produced in something that was 100% biodegradable and recyclable; linen. Discover conscious modern luxury with Oramai
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ecologyst 1h
Chill mornings and warm afternoons. Layering season is upon us 🍂⁣ ⁣
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Green Hive Company Sep 9
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