Make it Last - Why Sustainable Fashion?
Updated: Jan 24
In recent years, sustainability has become a buzzword and turned a few heads. The fashion industry is known for creating trends, and now it’s working on its most important trend yet: sustainability. And this is a trend all consumers can get behind. Everyone is starting to wake up to the fact that the consumer preference has changed, and they want more eco-friendly products.
Increasingly, customers and brands want to have a positive impact on the environment. Research shows that 88% of consumers want brands to help them be more environmentally friendly. Some fashion production releases 10% of the world’s carbon emissions, more than international flights and maritime shipping combined. The fashion industry is responsible for 20% of all water pollution worldwide. If the fashion industry continues on its current path, it will produce 26% of the world’s carbon footprint by 2050. Clearly, something needs to be done to remedy the situation and disrupt the industry.
Slow fashion, or the creation of sustainable clothing, has made a huge impact on the world we live in. Why do the pioneers of slow fashion believe in creating eco-friendly apparel?
Because they fully understand that our world, as vast as it is, is fragile. And they want to make sure our Earth is around for generations to come.
This is where SINI Designs is leading the way in sustainability by ethically manufacturing
sustainable fashion that looks good and does good. From its materials to production to the way they treat their employees, SINI has been sustainable since day one.
SINI’s clothing is made from ethically sourced and sustainable materials including bamboo, aloevera, recycled polyester, and is committed to manufacturing eco-friendly and stylish clothing for women. Whether it means sourcing sustainable fabrics, creating long-lasting designs that minimize waste, SINI Designs thinks every step of production is important when it comes to sustainable style and takes a step each day to pave the path toward a more sustainable fashion future.