Forest for Fashion seek alternative New bionics let us run, climb and dance 2 days ago   02:13

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The Forest for Fashion initiative was one of the exhibitors at the UN Environment Assembly 2019 held in Nairobi, Kenya this past week.

The group showcased alternative forest-based materials, that use 60 percent less water and a third less energy than the production of cotton and other materials.

Forest for Fashion seeks to create awareness on how the world of fashion can seek alternative, environmentally sustainable materials, without compromising on beauty or style.

Here’s what the group had to say.


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New bionics let us run, climb and dance Forest for Fashion seek alternative 2 days ago   19:01

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