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Fashion is never static. Trends come and go, aesthetic evolves. Yet 2020 has proven to be one wild ride for the industry, from surviving a pandemic to developing a conscience.
Like apparel, shoes and accessories, spectacles have been in "green revolution" mode for several years, looking to eco-friendly and natural materials. Next up? Volcanic rock.
More Malaysian designers and labels are churning out eco-friendly collections, and doing their part to promote sustainable fashion.
Sustainability is a keyword in fashion, now more than ever. From designers to shoppers, the industry is seing greater measures being adopted to keep its practices green.
COPENHAGEN: Startups typically create a product, find suppliers and then sell it. Kasper Brandi Petersen skipped the first step and instead built on his experience at shipping giant Maersk to help make today’s increasingly disposable fashion industry a little more sustainable.
CONCEPTUALISING green ideas may not always be easy but several Malaysian youths have received recognition for their innovative ideas and creations at the annual Anugerah Hijau (Green Awards) 2014.
The 2014 Anugerah Hijau Green Space Category had a total of 46 inspiring eco-friendly campus designs from schools, universities and colleges across Malaysia.