Pirkani Apparel Ltd is a sustainable apparel start-up founded by Dr Moiz Pirkani to support the fragile eco-systems and tackle climate change. A green entrepreneur and recent graduate from Manchester, he leads us to leverage the power of green engineering, innovation in textile design and circular economy to provide sustainable fashion. He aims to build a future with recycling, reuse and green engineering as the substratum of fashion design, converging in an ever-lasting place.
Now that we need sustainable fashion more than ever, it’s never been a better time to rediscover one of the best eco-friendly fabrics – Hemp. Not just for its sustainability but also for its antibacterial and anti-odour qualities! Here are some interesting facts.
The Fashion industry's landscape and sustainable development don't go hand in hand. We’ve all heard stories about fast-fashion’s massive carbon footprint on our ecosystem and its exploitative and unethical impact on the health and social well-being of the very people who make what we wear.
But, did you know that the fashion industry is also the second-largest consumer of the world's water supply?
The current fast fashion industry trend takes many a toll on the environment, climate change, and the people working within production and consumption. The process of dyeing is one of the most alarming issues for sustainable development. Not only does this consume large quantities of water, but did you know that the textile dyeing process is also the world's second-largest polluter of water?