Image Source: Earthlysmart Pictures of clothing piled up in landfills have been circulating frequently these past couple of years. The equivalent to a full garbage truck of clothes ends up on landfill sites every single second of the year. This isn’t shocking considering that 85% of all textiles that are thrown away are either dumped
Source of Above Image: Science Struck 64% of our clothing today comes from synthetic, plastic materials. Amongst polyester and spandex, another prominent synthetic material that we see all the time in our closets is Nylon. First launched commercially by DuPont in 1938, Nylon was originally manufactured for toothbrushes. The nylon stocking entered the market shortly
Back in March, I had the pleasure of participating and speaking on the Adalinda Panel centered around sustainable fashion and transparency. I’ve included the audio from my speaking segment below. Here’s what I’ll cover in the eight minute excerpt: How working at Lilly Pulitzer triggered my passion for sustainable fashion (and the questions I started
I feel like it’s Christmas …because thredUP finally released their anticipated 2020 resale report! It was supposed to come out pre-COVID however their team took a pause just like the rest of the world. thredUP is considered the leading online marketplace for secondhand clothing. They’re the first of their kind (when we think about scale, ease and efficiency)
Behind the scenes of Adalinda’s February NYFW sustainable fashion show.