Sustainable fashion mainly concerns the fashion system towards greater environmental integrity and social justice beyond addressing fashion textiles or products, the whole system dealing with reliant social, cultural, ecological, and financial systems.
Sustainable fashion is the responsibility of citizens. The origins of the sustainable fashion movement were tied with those of the modern environmental movement.
In 1992 when the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development, popularly known as the Rio Earth Summit, ‘green issues’ made their way into fashion and textiles publications.
The target of sustainable fashion is to create thriving ecosystems and societies through its activity. Followers of the sustainable fashion movement believe that the fashion industry has a clear opportunity to act differently for organizations and the world economy. Promoting the “green consumer” can gain more support and a larger following.
Most actors agreed that modern society has to develop in more sustainable ways. It includes how we produce and consume clothing, shoes, accessories, and other textiles. Virtually all major clothing companies have a work in progress in sustainability and how they work to readjust their business models, production processes, and store concepts towards improved sustainability.
In 11-19 SEPTEMBER 2021, SUSTAINABLE FASHION WEEK WILL BE THE FIRST FASHION WEEK IN UK
The focus on next season’s trends will inspire, empower, and upskilling the community to equip them for a more sustainable relationship with fashion. Sustainable fashion week will generate action in September 2021.
Their vision is that passing a week of creative, community-led activity that celebrates the many ways we can begin new fashion habits that don’t harm people or the planet.
They have nine years journey overall; to know more, click the following link: