“Second to oil, fashion and textiles is the most polluting industry in the world. Every stage in a garment’s life threatens our planet and its resources. It can take more than 20,000 litres of water to produce 1kg of cotton, equivalent to a single t-shirt and pair of jeans. Up to 8,000 different chemicals are used to turn raw materials into clothes, including a range of dyeing and finishing processes. And what becomes of the clothing that doesn’t sell, falls apart or goes out of style? More often than not, it is discarded in giant landfills. How can the fashion industry become more sustainable?”
-by Business of fashion: How can the fashion industry become more sustainable?
We at Moga Atelier don’t agree to work with silk, leather, wool or fur. The making of clothes with these materials causes massive environmental impacts – for example through the high consumption of water or pollution on earth and air by chemical, – the harvest of these materials is cruel and causes death. We believe you don’t need to be cruel to stay warm and look cool!
In our clothes we use only organic, synthetic, artificial and recycled material and dye with natural and organic materials like fruits, spices and tea.
We work with small collections, the word fair trade define who we are and what we do!
Responsible consumption is necessary!
It’s mandatory that fashion industry and the consumers have sense of responsibility.
Do a research about the brand you intend to shop, ask about everything, where and how the garments are made – many fast-fashion brands work with modern slavery including children labor.
Social Media and Internet are great tools that make possible for us to get all information we wish and deserve to know!
A curious consumer is a responsible consumer!