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Why Are We Obsessed With Fast Fashion?

Why Are We Obsessed With Fast Fashion?

Why Are We Obsessed With Fast Fashion? By: Phillip Nhel...
by Vivify Saleson May 02, 2022
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How You Can Reduce Your Carbon Footprint in Your Closet

How You Can Reduce Your Carbon Footprint in Your Closet

By: Phillip Nhel The fashion sector has a large carbon...
by Vivify Saleson April 10, 2022
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How Sustainable Designs that Reduce Waste Fit Into a Circular Fashion Economy

How Sustainable Designs that Reduce Waste Fit Into a Circular Fashion Economy

- Grace De Gregorio You may have heard of the...
by Vivify Saleson February 10, 2022
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Ethical Fashion Room Interview: Hannah Green

Ethical Fashion Room Interview: Hannah Green

Hannah Green is an inspiration to all young people everywhere....
by Vivify Saleson February 01, 2022
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What does Vivify Textiles and its Sister Company PHOENXT do in Circularity?

What does Vivify Textiles and its Sister Company PHOENXT do in Circularity?

- Credit to Lauren Lamar At the end of last month,...
by Admin Vivify Textileson February 01, 2022
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How influential is Social Media Influencers in Sustainability?

How influential is Social Media Influencers in Sustainability?

- Credit to Amber Schmailing  As social media continues...
by Edwina Huangon November 02, 2020
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Unique Ideas to help Families Celebrate Easter during the Coronavirus Pandemic

Unique Ideas to help Families Celebrate Easter during the Coronavirus Pandemic

We pray that the coronavirus (COVID-19) will be under control so...
by Apollo Themeon April 10, 2020
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What is Zurich doing for Circular Economy?

What is Zurich doing for Circular Economy?

Image courtesy of Cambridge Judge Business School Earlier last November, our...
by Cecille Tabuenaon December 09, 2019
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Is coloured cotton sustainable?

Is coloured cotton sustainable?

What is Coloured cotton? Coloured Cotton is a type of naturally grown cotton which has been genetically modified with colour. And when it comes to our standard weave and dye process, since it comes with colour, there is no extra water and chemical dye needed in the latter production. Hence this is definitely a zero pollutant type of fibre.
by Edwina Huangon October 14, 2019
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