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Fast-fashion Break Up

How to break up with fast fashion: Tip #5, ask the question “who made this?”

The biggest shock to me when I started to think about my relationship with fashion was finding out the true cost of the items I was buying. I watched fashion documentaries back to back and it was only then, when I saw the true reality faced by the workers that I decided to never buy another item of clothing unless I knew “who made this” and that they are paid the living wage (at least) and are treated fairly.

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The Emperor’s Old Clothes

The Emperor’s Old Clothes are a living wage employer which means every member of their team is paid the living wage or higher. The transparency of their clothes production is outlined clearly on thier website.

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Larsson & Jennings

Larsson & Jennings are a watch & accessories brand that is 100% vegan and cruelty-free and put sustainability first. Bringing together influences from Stockholm & London.

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Rapanui Packaging
Sustainable Fashion

Let’s talk about packaging…

Since I started buying my clothing from sustainable companies, I have really loved seeing all the eco-friendly packaging the items arrive in. Most of them

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Ocean
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TWOTHIRDS

A zero-waste system that eliminates overproduction? Sounds impossible, but TWOTHIRDS achieve this with their pre-order system.

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Bamboo
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BAM – Bamboo Clothing

A fitness brand made from sustainable bamboo. If you are looking for basic tees, endurance clothing or running outfits, BAM is the place for you. Established in 2006, BAM create their products using soft and sustainable bamboo.

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The True Cost
Documentaries

The true cost

The True Cost is a massive eye-opener into the fashion industry. The impact on the environment and the people who work within it. It is truly shocking. This documentary made me commit to never purchasing another item of clothing that isn’t sustainably produced. To ensure nobody or the environment suffers for my purchase.

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