This isn’t laundry. This is an act of everyday rebellion. This is how we fight back against fashion waste.
Wear your clothes over & over & over & over & over & over & over & over & over…
This is what we mean by clean.
The rEcovery Workshop is a the three-day event will help you live clean by washing, stitching, mending, reviving or reimagining your clothes to give them a cheeky new lease of life – which could help save the world, one pair of pants at a time.
Clothes shouldn’t be disposable, and we have more than enough to go around. Secondhand is a cheap and effective way to fight fast fashion. Check these 3 easy ideas for how not to waste your clothes, plus lots of suggestions on how to get you started keeping those clothes working harder, right away.
Laundry. Live alone or have a huge family – we all have to do it, right? I’ve been asked by the laundry-loving guys at Ecover to share some easy ideas and sustainable stats to help you wash your clothes less. Our combined laundry bill is being picked up by the planet and we can do better by doing less.
This is no time to ditch those threads. Give them a second life, either in your wardrobe or someone else’s.
We’ve teamed up with Depop, the marketplace app where you can buy and sell unique fashion, to help you extend the life of your clothing and help fight fashion waste.
Find out how to wash right, wear more and waste less.
This is about more than fresh socks and squeaky-clean pots. This is about respecting the planet and looking out for nature. This is about fixing our waste culture and making an impact on our impact. Every basket of laundry and stack of dishes is a chance to shake the status quo. Because we need system change, not climate change. And together we can roll up our freshly laundered sleeves and get this revolution on the road.