At its peak in the early 19th century the British cotton industry alone was producing an astonishing eight billion yards of cloth. That’s 4.5 million miles of cloth, or enough to circle the earth...
Love your clothes for longer
The Good Wardrobe is your free style-sharing community hub. We mix the best 'conscious' fashion with services that prolong the life of your clothes. The antithesis of fast-fashion, The Good Wardrobe loves long-life style.
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RT @hubbubUK: Need conversation that stretches further than recycling schemes - what do we want business to look like @katetfletcher #sustainablefashion14 Oct
'We need to grow with less impact & dependence on virgin resources' say @HM about their take back scheme at #sustainablefashion APPG14 Oct
22million garments have been donated via @marksandspencer take back schemes raising £15m for @Oxfam says @AdamElman #sustainablefashion14 Oct
'10,000 items of clothing are sent to landfill every 5 mins in the UK' says @AdamElman from @MarksandSpencer #sustainablefashion14 Oct