Collection: Wear

The fashion industry produces 60 million tons of plastic, 10% of global CO2 output and uses 93 trillion liter water each year.

Cotton uses big amounts of water and pesticides and are the main reason for the lost of the Aral Sea, once the world's fourth largest lake.

It is estimated that about 20% of global water pollution comes from dyeing of textiles.

It takes over 8000 synthetic chemicals to to make textiles and most are just dumped back into the rivers and grounds.

Polyester is derived from oil and is the main source for microplastic pollution.

Most clothes are not worn and end up incinerated or on landfills while releasing dioxine.

The fashion industry is one of the most polluting industries in the world, causing human misery, enormous cost of life and gigantic environmental devastation.