Category Archives: Fashion Philosophy

6 months no new clothes challenge for ethical green fashion!

Change the world, one outfit at a time

The fashion industry is the second most polluting industry in the world. Especially the dyeing and colouring process is facilitated by a mix of harsh chemicals. This chemical cocktail is often dumped in the water, without much consideration about the damage it causes to our planet. Just check out the Citarum River, which holds the dubious reputation of being the most polluted river in Indonesia!

We also know very well our fancy fast-fashion items aren’t created out of thin air. For every 5 dollar shirt we buy a person is making that shirt for an unfair wage in unsafe working conditions.

The fast fashion industry is not something I want to be a part of any longer. As you might’ve read in my Struggles with being a Fashion Blogger Blogpost I’m making a conscious decision to only buy ethical fashion from now on!

A better world starts with YOU so check the video below & join me for this #6MONTHSNONEWCLOTHES CHALLENGE!




Punk fashion has re-emerged as one of the most outstanding fashion trends of the last few years. What does this mean other than the resurfacing of tartan print, spikes, ripped clothing and lots of band shirts? Fashion trends are quite interesting to analyse even though most would discard this as superficial. Fashion can give us an insight in how we as a society respond to social, environmental or political changes. Fashion is not just choosing an outfit to wear in the morning, it’s a way to communicate our identity and emotions to others. In this article I will explore why I think punk fashion has made a comeback and discuss the similarities between the social circumstances that led to the birth of punk in the late seventies and our current state of affairs.