Every year, a total of 1.4 million ton of fabric are thrown out around the world which releases 25% of microplastic during the process of garment production, washing, and discard. Fast fashion has become an industry that leads rapidly shifting trends through low-wage, high intensity labor-oriented production and sales. But there are also companies resisting this with sustainable ethical fashion products. Here, we introduce various products that adopt diverse eco-friendly processes to make clothing, footwear, and bags using environmentally conscious material such as organic cotton, linen, and recycled plastic fiber.
Eco-friedly Portland life-style brand “NAU” will join us.
It will be released in the Seoul International Eco Film Festival website and YouTube channel on July 5th, 2020.
The vedio is being prepared.