We live in a time where environmental protection becomes increasingly important, but what can we do about it? In addition to recycling, saving water and electricity, there are otheractions that not only will help protect the environment, but also make you look incredible. Yes, you listen right. Ecosystem protection and fashion come together to make this world a better place, somore and more firms and designers who have joined the eco-fashion.
In New York, Madrid, Vancouver and London there are whole stores specializing in organic clothing. For example, Fair Hemp producesshirts, hats and bags made of hemp, as this material is very resistant to weeds, pests and UV rays, so that the farmers who grow them are not required to use pesticides and herbicides. In addition, thefiber of this plant is stronger than cotton.
Other materials are also classified as organic filaments are mixed corn and bamboo, both formed in a type called polylactide fiber (fiber that is derivedfrom corn). It is a type of fabric can be dyed easily, is resistant to fire and ultraviolet rays. The silk, bamboo fabrics, rubber, carbon fibers and wood are also alternatives available worldwide.Others were:
Polyester: Yes, although the polyester textiles are one of the petroleum products, some textile companies are making clothes with plastic bottles recycled. Fact: A green polyester jacketcontains about 25 plastic bottles of two liters of Coca Cola. Jute: Jute fiber has been used for many years for the creation of rope, to paper and carpet weaving. Pineapple: Besides delicious food isanother that is being used for the production of textiles. The fabrics made from this fruit improve skin condition and prevent allergic reactions that many people have with other common fabrics. Thesematerials are biodegradable and respect the welfare of the environment. Fact: The tissues of pineapple help protect against UV rays.
But surely there is still a long way to go before this proposal...