Day: June 15, 2021

Sustainable fashion tips and techniques on a budget

The fashion industry is one of the biggest polluters in the world and the amount of waste from fast fashion overwhelms landfills left and right. Though buying clothes from sustainable brands is a great ethical option, cost remains a significant hurdle for many clothing consumers. A plain white shirt from Patagonia, a brand known for its sustainable practices, is $40, while H&M’s fast-fashion equivalent goes for half of that. Sustainable fashion seems like something that is not accessible for those on a budget, but it can be. Here are some tips on achieving sustainability while serving looks on a dime.

Consume less fast fashion

Fast fashion is super affordable, so it’s hard to cut it out entirely. You don’t have to completely give up Uniqlo and Shein, but if you’re trying to be more sustainable, buying less from fast fashion brands is a great first step. Instead of a monthly

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“MUSUBI KILN” Opened as Online Shop and Media Portal: New World Where Traditional Japanese Tableware Is Infused into Global Dining Experience of Customers | News

TOKYO, June 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Musubi Lab LLC has opened “MUSUBI KILN,” an online shop and media portal which opens up a new dining experience for overseas customers by introducing traditional Japanese tableware and food culture. Not only does it make accessible to traditional tableware from all over Japan, but it also contains helpful information, ranging from tips of incorporating traditional Japanese tableware into a global dining experience to the stories of in-depth look at craftsmen and their art.


MUSUBI KILN, opened on June 1, introduces beautiful tableware such as brightly and vibrantly colored Kutani ware, Yamanaka lacquerware with beautiful wood grain, and Tobe ware which features a bold arabesque pattern by curated selection in conjunction with ways to appreciate them.

Traditional tableware is a combination of the best craftsmanship which has been passed down for generations, a design which incorporates the modern sensibility,

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UK’s Boohoo Weathers Supply Chain Failings With 32% Jump in Sales | Investing News

LONDON (Reuters) -British online fashion retailer Boohoo weathered negative publicity over its supply chain failings, reporting a 32% rise in sales in its latest quarter, benefiting from rising demand as lockdown restrictions eased and the integration of new brands.

Boohoo, which sells clothing, shoes, accessories and beauty products aimed at 16 to 40-year olds, said revenue rose 32% to 486.1 million pounds ($686.8 million) in the three months to May 31 compared to the same period last year.

“I am delighted with our performance in the first quarter, particularly as it was always going to be challenging to produce strong growth rates on last year, when lockdowns around the globe drove such high traffic to online retailers,” Chief Executive John Lyttle said.

Shares in the group were down 0.5% at 0724 GMT, extending year-on-year losses to 12% and giving the group a market capitalistion of 4.1 billion pounds.

In September,

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