If you’re looking for ways to make your wardrobe more sustainable but aren't sure where to start, look no further! In this blog post, we’ll take you through 5 simple ways to help you shop and dress more sustainably.
As our mission is to reduce textile waste, we are always looking for new innovative ways to produce high-quality, stylish clothing which minimises wastage is why we’ve launched our Made To Order function on the Alterist Marketplace. From now, you will be able to find a design from your favourite Alterist Designer, and order it in your size specifics! Read on, to find out exactly how it works.
So, now that you know the differences between Slow Fashion Vs Fast Fashion. The next step is to adopt a slow fashion mindset. Here are some easy ways you can be more mindful of what you purchase and participate in the slow fashion movement.
In this article, we’ll help you to understand the differences and benefits of upcycling vs recycling vs downcycling to help you understand how to best repurpose your waste as well as help you make more sustainable choices when shopping.
Upcycling is more than a more sustainable way to create clothing, it promotes a new way of thinking. So, let’s look at the history of upcycling and key aspects of the movement that has defined upcycling as we know it today.
Like upcycling, the winter solstice celebrates new beginnings and new cycles. Our winter campaign follows the journey of the sun on the winter solstice as we celebrate the shortest day of the year before the rebirth, and we begin the cycle again.
Films are powerful mediums that help educate us about important issues and inspire us to make a difference. So, if you want to spend your holidays finding out how you can make an impact check out these shocking, motivating and inspiring documentaries on ethical fashion and the problem with fast fashion.
Christmas presents shouldn't cost the earth. From buying second-hand and upcycling first to planning your festive meal and making your own Christmas decorations, there are plenty of eco-friendly ways to spread the Christmas cheer.
With a mission to reduce textile waste, Alterist Marketplace along with its community of 68 designers, will be launching on October 25. Showcasing over 500 unique one of a kind upcycled garments, Alterist will be demonstrating the beauty and creativity that can come from upcycled materials. As one of Alterist's co-founders, Hannah Standen explains; “We want Alterist to be the catalyst for change within the fashion industry, giving people the power to make more sustainable choices."