Fashion and impact: is change possible?

Fashion and impact: is change possible?

Posted by Maria Bianchi on

Having just concluded Fashion Revolution Week, I want to share some thoughts on the crucial role of textiles in the fashion industry. Textiles not only define the style and identity of each creation, but they also carry a deep history of tradition, innovation, and unfortunately, environmental impact.

Fashion Checker recently revealed that 93% of brands do not guarantee a decent wage for workers in the sector, and only 36% disclose data on the gender pay gap in their operations. Moreover, a significant percentage of garments produced each year remains unsold, contributing to the growing mountain of textile waste.

At EVA re-source, we are committed to making a difference. Our mission is to recover and enhance high fashion textiles no longer in production, giving a second life to materials that would otherwise end up in landfill or be incinerated. Our philosophy of circular creativity supports sustainability and also opens up new creative possibilities for designers and brands, allowing them to work with accessible and high-quality luxury fabrics.

For us, sustainability is not an endpoint but a continuous journey, a series of conscious choices that we commit to making and sharing every day. This approach allows us not only to reduce textile waste but also to inspire and support a global community of creatives who believe in a more responsible and respectful future for our planet.

Let’s continue to support responsible production and fairer fashion together. The revolution begins by changing the way we think about textiles, and every small gesture can make a difference.

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