I love to read fashion blogs and the topic of late has been Sustainable fashion. (This is Emma writing this by the way not Paddy). It got me thinking of how we all impacted our world. Do you recycle? Are you mindful of lights being left on or the tap running? Do you redecorate your home often? This takes me Sustainable Art (is that a thing?).I see all the generic art canvas in shops everywhere. I wonder if this is hanging in your home how long will it be before you’re bored of it. Is it going to end up in landfill? Marie Kondo (Netflix’s) promotes only having something that sparks joy with in you. This isn’t just for your wardrobe. We feel having a wedding or family portrait hanging on your wall is a better décor piece that you will love forever. An amazing photograph will be loved by you, then your children, then your grandchildren and so on. This framed piece of your family history will never bore you and will spark joy for many years to come. We feel this is Sustainable Art. We are very lucky to do a job that produces something that is Sustainable and will be a real investment for your family.
Sustainable fashion, also called eco fashion, is a part of the growing design philosophy and trend of sustainability, the goal of which is to create a system which can be supported indefinitely in terms of human impact on the environment and social responsibility. It can be seen as an alternative trend against fast fashion.
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