How many clothes did you buy in 2022?

Do you also have a pile of clothes in your closet that you’ve not worn in years but you still purchase more & more?

The fashion industry is responsible for 10% of annual global carbon emissions. More than all international flights and maritime shipping combined!

We can all make a difference by embracing timeless fashion, which focuses on quality, durability, and longevity. We can not only reduce our carbon footprint, but also solve that decision paralysis that we face at the end of every morning while choosing what to wear!

Here is a really fun & informative video by Hasan Minhaj that reveals the ugly truth of fast fashion -

The Ugly Truth Of Fast Fashion | Hasan Minhaj

Also, curious to know if we can do anything else with our old clothes apart from donating it to the needy?


Well said. Despite it being clear that the biggest problem with the fashion industry is the economic model which encourages over-production and over consumption, all the giants in the industry want to be sustainable just by using materials that are “sustainable”. In my opinion, this is just a ploy to continue their unsustainable business models.


Yeah. Fashion companies using the term ‘Sustainable’ is a whole another level of greenwashing. Using sustainable materials is again very controversial as several such materials result in creation of microplastics and they occupy only a portion of the materials in clothes.

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