Fast Fashion vs. Ethical Fashion
University of Connecticut (UCONN) student, Madeline Kizer, loves thrifting! Moreover, this marketing major has a passion for fashion…
The Coronavirus pandemic has negatively impacted every type of industry for the last couple of months. One sector that is in particular trouble is the fashion industry, specifically fast fashion.
While it may seem close to impossible to be eco-friendly on such a consumeristic day, we’ve compiled a list of five items to help get you through that consumerism and stay environmentally conscious.
Blog courtesy of Rockay.com Nowadays following the latest trends has been a ‘trendy' thing to do. However, the apparel industry has b…
Watch our short video on what happens when you donate shoes to the Planet Aid Thrift Store.
The clothing and textile industry has a serious impact on our environment that we cannot avoid.
While you try to keep up on the latest clothing trends for your kids and check off your ever-growing school supplies list, focus on making your shopping a little greener this year.
The fashion industry as a whole is not known for being sustainable or eco-friendly. However, recently a few major fashion brands have stepped up and made commitments toward sustainability.
A new study has some great news about clothing use: people want to reuse more, a lot more.
Today, aproximately 844 million people don’t have reasonable access to safe water. Find out how changes in fashion can help preserve water resouces.