This shows us that dyes are affecting the rivers in china, the dye runs through them! If we used more eco friendly, ethical products to change the colour of our clothes, perhaps this would not be happening!

Choose fashion-brands that use eco-friendly dyes, so that the only colour in season according to China's rivers is the silvery-blue of clear and sparkling water.

Eco friendly fabrics, we have these available to us so why do we not make more clothes from them!

Love these fabrics - Stitch ORGANIC by Betz White from Robert Kaufman to som mala :)

This is a Stella McCartney piece from her ethical range. As previously mentioned, if someone so high end is doing this, why are others not. We need more people to take action and make a difference!

Stella McCartney Printed Horses Ethical Fashion Canvas Tote - Olivia McIlraith: Who needs leather? Another example of beautiful fashion, without the expense of a beautiful animal.

This is a product from Austrailian Eco brand, bestowed. They use all ethical and sustainable products, if gthey can do this successfully, why can other brands not?

Lattice belt black cotton from the new presummer collection from Australian made Eco label, Bestowed. Ethical production from a sustainable label.

This just shows the life cycle of Levi's jeans and a bit about what they are doing to be more ethical ans sustainable. Other brands should start following suit and we might all be more ethical and sustainable

Freya Walker: This shows Levi jeans life cycle. They take the environment into account, from the fields to transportation to the stores, Chemicals, water and about of fuel is all reduced to the minimum. Regular jeans use 42 litres to create but Levi Water

Stella McCartney is said to be a sustainable fashion designer. If someone so high end can be, why not high street brands. It might be a little more high costing but if people knew the problems cheap fashion caused they may be willing to spend a little more.

Stella McCartney Spring Summer 2012 Campaign with Natalia Vodianova by Mert & Marcus

This shows the making of Levi's waterless jeans. They basically used less water at least 42 litres less. If such a big brand can do this I'm sure others can too and therefore help save our environment

This shows the making of Levi's waterless jeans. They basically used less water at least 42 litres less. If such a big brand can do this I'm sure others can too and therefore help save our environment

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