LOVED CLOTHES LAST explores the issue of waste and mass-consumption in the fashion industry, and hopes to inspire you to buy less, care more, and know how to make the clothes you love last for longer

The documentary RiverBlue uncovers how the fashion industry plays part in destroying our world's rivers

GUPPYFRIEND Washing Bag:  a pragmatic solution to the micro plastic waste in our oceans when we wash synthetic textiles


#haulternative: a way of refreshing your wardrobe without buying new clothes

Minimalism is a documentary about how your life might be better with less

6 Nifty Tricks for Removing Stains from Clothes


Wardrobe Crisis podcast episode with KALPONA AKTER: Beyond Rana Plaza

Every year millions of garments are discarded as consumers ditch fast-fashion styles for a new wardrobe. At last the industry is acting – but more has to be done

1 cotton T-shirt = 2700 liters of water


The True Cost is a groundbreaking documentary film that pulls back the curtain on the untold story and asks us to consider, who really pays the price for our clothing?

95% of textiles, worn or torn, can be recycled. Yet, only 15% gets donated or recycled. 85% goes into landfills.

You can now buy a bikini for the same price as a cappuccino and in Tokyo, men can get suits from a vending machine. Has our obsession with fast fashion taken us into dangerous territory?


The average person buys 60 percent more items of clothing and keeps them for about half as long as 15 years ago

9 simple ways to help keep your wardrobe from absorbing too much water (precious resource!) and keep your garments around longer

Surveys show that binge shopping is followed by an emotional hangover - made of emptiness, guilt and shame


The Bangladesh Accord: The international effort to fix Bangladesh’s deadly factories

Bitter Seeds is a documentary which shows us the bleak situation for cotton farmers in India. More than 250,000 farmers have killed themselves since 1995.

Synthetic fabrics, from which 60% of all clothing on earth is made, have a big hidden problem: when they’re washed, they release tiny plastic bits into our rivers, lakes and oceans by the billions


Leather is one of the most polluting materials used in fashion

Dress [with] Sense: A stylish guide to environment-friendly ways of buying, wearing, caring for, and decluttering your wardrobe