Sustainable fashion consumption in Europe

Sustainable fashion consumption in Europe is characterised by a conscious and responsible relationship to the purchase and use of clothing. This includes aspects such as

Environmentally friendly production:  the use of environmentally friendly materials and production methods to reduce the carbon footprint and minimise waste.

You can find out about environmentally friendly materials in our learning video

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Local Production

Digital Innovations

Social responsibility: Fair treatment of workers throughout the supply chain, including decent wages and working conditions.

Transparency and sustainability reporting: Open communication about a company’s sustainability practices to enable customers to make informed choices.

Circular economy: The effort to extend the life cycle of clothing and reduce waste by, for example, buying second-hand clothes or repairing and refurbishing clothes. 

You can find out about circular approaches in our learning video Vintage, Baby.

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Responsible consumption: A conscious approach to one’s wardrobe, for example by avoiding trends and over-consumption, and choosing quality clothing instead of cheap, fast fashion.

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These are just some of the most important aspects of sustainable fashion consumption in Europe. However, it is important to note that a real shift towards sustainable fashion consumption can only be achieved through a combination of these factors and a comprehensive change in our attitudes and practices.

 

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