sustainable fashion definitions 📖

1. Sustainable fashion

something sustainable is something that can be maintained long-term without exhausting natural resources or without causing severe harm to the environment. This also includes social justice not only ecological integrity

2.Ethical fashion

Means all people involved in the production of clothes (from extraction of raw materials to finishing) are guaranteed their rights and a living wage, as well as safe working conditions)

3.Eco fashion

Clothes produced to minimise damage done to the environment. This mainly refers to the growing or making fabrics without harmful chemicals or pesticides.

4.Slow fashion

Slowing down consumption, investing in quality rather than quantity, and taking more care of our clothes to make them long lasting

5.Minimalist fashion

Having only the essential items, creating a capsule wardrobe, so a limited amount of clothes, usually basics, it also follows the slow fashion philosophy of better quality and long lasting clothes. - don't just discard what you own, sell, swap or recycle

6.Fair fashion

Ensuring adequate treatment of workers, guaranteeing them a living wage and safe working conditions - a synonym of ethical fashion


Clothes made in compliance with organic standards, usually associated with cotton, organic fabrics are always better, look for certifications!


Also known as creative reuse, it's the process of transforming by-products, waste materials, useless, or unwanted products into new materials or products of better quality and environmental value.

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