If you’ve kept your ears to the streets, then you’re likely no stranger to the fashion industry’s ongoing conversation about the importance of sustainability. What started as a buzzword has become increasingly important to consumers as climate change worsens, and brands are realizing the need to adapt, pronto.
The topic begs the question of just how detrimental clothing manufacturing is to the well-being of our ecosystem. According to the World Economic Forum, fashion is responsible for 10 percent of all carbon emissions and is the second leading culprit in consumption of the world’s water supply. Which is to say, fashion’s