The fashion industry is currently on a sustainability trend. This will stay consistent & increase over time as we develop new strategies of renewal & reliable energy sources, fibers & materials for industries that are known to pollute. Fashion is a multi-trillion dollar industry that is known for it’s intense carbon footprint. We have begun all of the phases of shifting into more sustainability as an industry, but a lot more work will need to be done.
Here are a few source articles & info on this topic:
AndeAndrea is built for sustainability for the long haul.
Our rental options are of the highest quality & allow fashion forward thinkers to
be more conscious about their apparel, their leathers, their furs & why reusing these
beautifully made items is important in a sustainable fashion future.
Your only carbon footprint being the shipping of an item is really a nice thought.
As the world grows, we are all going to need to be making more and more sustainable
choices. Due to the pollution levels rising & population levels rising, our way of doing things
has always been a short sighted one & not one with long term efficiency built in.
As a world we need to focus on this & understand sustainability on a global level
will be paramount for our survival. For our growth in the fashion & art communities,
and also for us to pass on great concepts & ideas for generations to come.
For these reasons I personally believe we will reach about 80+% sustainability in fashion by 2045.
There are many other industries also heading in this direction, I have seen this for a long time,
but fashion in particular will always be a highlight globally to focus on since it is such an
influence based industry & effects all of our lives in some degree.
Taking steps to focus on how you can be more sustainable now, would be wise.
Check out amazing thrift shops, consignment shops, TheRealReal online & also
bag rental companies all exist, support their growth as we also shift into more
organic fibers & better ways of making fashion sustainable on all fronts.