Unique and Original Sustainable Vintage knits from the 80's
designed and knitted for SOLEILO by Susie Sedgwick They are preloved and are "one offs" using sustainable materials.. When it comes to ethical manufacturing processes – not all fabrics are made equal. Natural fibres including alpaca wool, cashmere, hemp, jute, leather, merino wool, mohair, cotton, merino wool are among the more sustainable fibres on the market. They can biodegrade or be more easily recycled than some other options,
"The FAST fashion industry is the second most destructive to people and the planet"
An Australian Fashion Council report released earlier this year found Australians bought 14.8 kilograms of clothing every year, or 56 new items, at an average cost of $6.50 each The ABC's War on Waste program revealed that Australians dispose of an estimated six tonnes of clothing waste every 10 minutes
According to the University of Queensland, 80 billion pieces of new clothing are consumed globally each year. Much of it ends up in landfill, which equates to about 10kg per person, per year.
BUY ONCE BUY WELL - CONSIDER COST PER WEAR - RECYCLE
PAULA RYAN'S MICROMODAL AND MICROJERSEY ARE SUSTAINABLE AS THEY ARE SPUN FROM CELLULOSE – CLASSIC PIECES THAT NEVER DATE - Build a strong timeless Wardrobe