The importance of sustainability?
In 2015, countries adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The agenda addresses the global challenges we face, including those related to poverty, inequality, climate, environmental degradation, prosperity, and peace and justice. Countries have committed to mobilize efforts to end all forms of poverty, fight inequalities, and tackle climate change to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all. On The Fashion Plate ‘About‘ page we share why we are dedicated to supporting this effort.
This page is a navigation guide to help you travel along The Fashion Plate website, discover the companies, people, and brands making strides towards sustainability, locate sustainable tips & tricks for your everyday life, and find sustainable businesses to eat, sleep, play, and shop
5 Forms of Sustainability:
For The Fashion Plate we’ve identified 5 forms of sustainability where the fashion and design industry can make a difference and pass the benefits on to the consumer.
From limited edition Gucci drops featuring a new sustainable yarn to Virgil Abloh’s circular design model for mineral water brand Evian, we share news, stories and interviews from the companies dedicated to sustainability and a better tomorrow.
Browse all the stories in “Sustainable Forms” or learn more about each unique form and read stories by type.
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Featured Content: Sustainable Fashion, Sustainable Design & Sustainable Living.
On TFP.com discover the best sustainable fashion, sustainable design and sustainable living trends. Meet the people, find new positive luxury brands and businesses, shop the designs, and try our sustainable living tricks and tips for your everyday life.
The Fashion Plate is fully connected to what’s trending in the world of fashion, design and living, and we share those popular styles with you.
And, we will recommend planet and societal healthy alternatives, quality products you’ll use more than a few times, that you’ll want to keep rather than discard. We call them ‘Sustainable Subs’.
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