Tag: Sustainable Fashion

New Process Produces Nylon From Plant Waste

Nylon polymer chemistry chain

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

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6 Biodegradable Looks From Everlane’s Sale

Everlane is one of those companies that is on their A+ game when it comes to business ethics (fashion ethics per se), transparency and sustainability. They’ve impressed me from the start. This week, the entire Everlane site is 25% off and it ends on Friday (April 3rd)!  I wanted to share some of my favorites

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DECKER X SUSTENNIAL NETWORK: Sustainable Fashion Designer Interview

Sustainable Fashion Designer Interview Graphic

The Sustennial interviews Cailtin Decker, the sustainable fashion designer behind the Decker brand from Adalinda’s New York Fashion Week show. Caitlin began her journey living in Cambodia working in Public Women’s Health and Development. While she was there, she began to make her own clothes with the help of local women who were experts in

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