... is the new black
Sustainability is the new black - a phrase heard often lately. What is sustainable? Can we call it sustainable manufacturing if people who make the products cannot sustain them self while working in that industry?
According to Forbes - "Lyst has reported a 47% increase in shoppers looking for items that have ethical and style credentials with terms such as “vegan leather” and “organic cotton”."
No Ru(bish) Ye(s) Lo(ve) is ethical and sustainable fashion label from Adelaide. NoRuYeLo is a not-for-profit social enterprise that is reusing collected textiles destined for landfill for creating fashion. Designs are aimed at minimising damage to the environment and products are designed and manufactured in Adelaide, South Australia. NoRuYeLo values people and has a mission to facilitate training and provide work for people with barriers to employment. Slow fashion, versatility, uniqueness, personal style and individual expression are NoRuYeLo fashion values.