HOW TO : BECOME A MORE SUSTAINABLE SHOPPER

STARTING THE CONVERSATION ON SUSTAINABLE SHOPPING HABITS WITH BY FIONA WOOD

 

From the Point of View of Luxury Personal Shopper Fiona Wood, here are some easy steps everyone can make towards becoming more conscious and sustainable within their shopping habits

The fashion industry is responsible for 4% of the world's waste each year. That's 92 million tonnes.

As an industry, fast fashion is responsible for astronomical carbon emissions, waste water and landfill waste - second only to oil as the world's largest polluter.

As a member of the Global Planet Authority, I'm heavily focused on ethical production and consumption on a global scale.

More than half of fast-fashion items are thrown away in less than a year

We can create and support profitable businesses that respect our world, build trust and embody both creativity and innovation 

There are a lot of mindful and responsible brands and businesses out there, it's about putting in the research! There are lots of female businesses that are really cool - lots of black owned female businesses in the UK that we can support, Let’s start here first.Recycle and Re-work your unworn, unloved items and give them new life with businesses like The Reclaimery.

Re working and tailoring pieces to suit your requirements allows you to lay above trends, establish a capsule wardrobe of pieces that really suit your body, shape, personality and lifestyle for every social occasion

Instead of instinctively looking for new items to add to your wardrobe on the high street, why not switch to buying pre-loved and vintage. Luxury Promise is the leading marketplace to buy, sell and swap your used luxury bags and other pre-loved luxury goods. Their mission is to proudly support their global community in the movement towards sustainable luxury. 

It is crucial that we all work together to imagine and create a sustainable future within the fashion and retail industries

@ Kim @ Salam This could be a multiple choice section underneath the text above, which is designed slightly differently @Salam is this possible to code?

Luxury Promise Seminar: HOW TO BECOME A MORE SUSTAINABLE SHOPPER

  1. How many tonnes of waste is the fashion industry responsible for each year?
    • 92 Tonnes
    • 90 Million Tonnes
    • 19 Million Tonnes
    • 92 Million Tonnes
  1. Which of the below brands is known to be responsible and sustainable?
    • boohoo.com
    • Pretty Little Thing
    • Weekday
    • All of the above
  1. Where could you go to give your products a new home?
    • Your Local Charity Store
    • Luxury Promise
    • A friend of family who is looking to purchase something similar
    • All of the above
  1. Which business re-purposes unloved items and breathes new life into them?
    • The Reclaimary
    • The Reclaimant
    • Re-Cycled
    • The Recycled Gang
  1. Who was hit hardest by the global pandemic of Covid-19?
    • Amazon
    • The finance industry
    • Small emerging brands, designers and businesses
    • E-commerce platforms
  1. Which organisation is set out to save the biosphere for the ultra-long term?
    • UNICEF
    • The Global Planet Authority
    • The ASPCA
    • Wounded Warrior Project

@Kim @Salam Can we then add a section that leads you to the chat room, perhaps

Something along the lines of ; discuss this topic further with likeminded individuals HERE

And then in LIVE sessions we could have two or three live sessions upcoming that are open forums about being more conscious as a shopper, and sustainable in the fashion industry

How many tonnes of waste is the fashion industry responsible for each year?
92 Tonnes
90 Million Tonnes
19 Million Tonnes
92 Million Tonnes
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