Sustainability is such a buzzword and often deliberately used in a vague way – I’ve seen a lot of fast fashion brands promote their “sustainable” clothing lines which are actually only around 5% recycled cotton, or something similar! I hope that the slow fashion thrift shops stay true to the purpose of promoting genuinely sustainable practices, reducing the amount of clothes that end up in landfill, and being a stable alternative to fast fashion.
One thing that has pushed me to create is knowing that I’m able to inspire others to pick up their camera and start taking pictures, either if it is for the very first time, or if it has been months.
Martin Capstick talks to us about reigniting the GLOW within ourselves, and how we can make it happen for others at the same time. Welcome to the third installment of the AFTERGLOW with CARPE BLOOM.
In June, we had the pleasure of sitting down with the band SINE – Marcus, Eugene, CJ – […]
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We spoke to EUNCHONG, the Korean entrepreneur/business-owner of +82 Cafe in Singapore, located at Rendevous Hotel. We had […]