The fashion industry has been shaking things up in a much more profound way when it comes to producing and selling products. Looking into a certain code of ethics that tries to eradicate labor exploitation and unfair wages while uplifting environmentally friendly practices has become an integral part of production. People now don’t just buy stuff that looks good but they also want to be part of the greater good. This holistic approach doesn’t just touch on what is organic but rather on an aesthetic that is simple and sustainable.
The more that people spend on items that can give them more mileage, there’s a big chance they’re also living with less clutter. As Ina Amor Mejia mentioned in our Fixture section, “[ Living clutterfree] is the crucial, cathartic first step to putting your home, and life, in order.” In our cover story, designer Vivien Ramsay also takes pride in a slow, meticulous, and all-natural process in producing her clothes. Style is no longer about looking good but also knowing where people are putting their money. Wake up and smell the coffee. Conscious approaches to living are becoming more sustainable.