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sustainability & transparency

The most important criteria for my work as a stylist with focus on sustainability is where the clothes I choose come from. Here I can make a difference by offering my clients new perspectives in how to work with pre-loved, ethical fashion or rental services the way it fits best for them.

For me that means being flexibe and aware of the individual needs of my clients. As there is no consistant definition or guidlines of what sustainability in fashion really is, it is important for me to be transparent in what products I choose.

Slow Fashion

Slow fashion is a movement that encourages slower production and ultimately invites consumers to invest in well-made and lasting clothes. It is quality-based rather than time-based.



The term is understood to mean a previously owned or second-hand fashion item. Pre-loved items vary in that they may be vintage, a worn piece with numerous flaws or an unworn item that has been looked after by its previous owner.

ethical & sustainable Fashion

Sustainable fashion refers to clothing that is designed, manufactured, distributed, and used in ways that are environmentally friendly. Ethical fashion, a related term that is also prevalent in the conscious consumerism world, refers to clothing made in ways that value social welfare and worker rights.

Seventy-five percent of fashion supply chain material ends up in landfills. This amounts to ‘the equivalent of one garbage truck of textiles per second.
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