En los últimos años, la palabra sosteniblidad ha adquirido gran relevancia a nivel mundial. Ser transparente y respectuoso con el medio ambiente está siendo cada vez más una preocupación creciente entorno a las marcas, sobretodo, del sector textil.
El mercado de segunda mano se va abriendo paso cada vez a más aspectos de la vida cotidiana y, a pesar de que aún existen prejuicios ante la ropa de segunda mano (como si fuesen productos sucios o cutres) parece que la compra-venta de moda de segunda mano no va a dejar de crecer en los próximos años.
The first time I purchased a second-hand garment made of recycled polyester a couple of years ago, I was automatically drawn by its innovative production process using post-consumer water bottles, quite literally bringing the term “how one’s trash can become another one’s treasure” to a tangible example.
Biodegradable bag? Compostable? Recyclable? Or better yet, paper? Every time we find new concepts to improve or minimize the impact of single-use products, but are they really an option or is it a new greenwashing strategy? What is really the best option for the Earth? Too many options but no one has explained to us what is involved in choosing one or the other. From BCOME we explain the differences between them, so you can choose wisely. In this article we will talk about bags, but this information is applicable to any product.
Following our article on sustainable living, we want to share with you a special event we were honored to assist about a month ago in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.
Few months ago Copenhagen, became the cultural and commercial meeting point of the Scandinavian fashion industry. Hosting its first sustainable fashion week and launching its 2020 – 2022 Sustainable Action Plan.
Weeks ago, we had the honor to attend ChangeNow, the biggest gathering of change-makers in the world. An extraordinary event, for ordinary people to do the extraordinary. The summit was held in the city of love, Paris, at Le Grand Palais. The most beautiful space to hold over 1000 solutions.
During the last Paris Fashion Week, we strolled around the city of lights, Paris, looking for green commitments. That same week the strike for climate change by Extinction Rebellion was happening.
Plastic. Flexible material, durable, economical but, above all, polluting. The industry’s preferred material over the last century that is destroying our lives. In short, the material that our Planet can not digest.