Eco fashion or sustainable fashion is becoming less a choice, more a necessity. Environmental and social sustainability is growing more than ever before. The goal is to reduce human impact on the environment. And Panaprium aims to lead this change by using technology innovation.
Eco fashion is much more than a textile revolution. We have to rethink the whole system of fashion. This means considering how it impacts all present and future living species on earth. Eco fashion is a necessity. It is our responsibility.
Why is Eco Fashion Necessary
Eco fashion or green fashion seek to improve resource efficiency within the apparel industry. It is possible to pursue profit and growth while having environmental and social sustainability concerns.
Eco fashion increases value and wealth of local production while prolonging lifecycle. This is our goal at Panaprium. To reduce harm to the environment and educate people to consume in an eco-friendly way.
The fashion industry promotes and profits from pollution, labor exploitation and inequalities. Overproduction is a major issue. For a future worth living, this has to stop.
Garments should be made to withstand long use, be more durable, and be compostable or recyclable.
Slow Fashion Vs Fast Fashion
Fast fashion is popular because it is cheap, accessible, and sourced globally. But when done in massive scale, it is very harmful to the environment, unethical and a problem.
Slow fashion is an alternative approach following principles, values and goals of eco fashion. Panaprium is a slow fashion brand, manufacturer and retailer.
It is built to respect diversity, global resources, human living conditions. The goal is to create unique, durable, personalized products using season-less production techniques and designs.
This means higher wages for workers, greater care and high quality for end-users. Eco fashion produces less clothing and industrial waste. With ever evolving ideas and technology innovation, slow fashion is in constant redefinition.
About the Author: Alex Assoune
Alex is passionate about conscious living, ethical, and sustainable fashion. He writes to raise awareness around the environmental and social impact of fashion.