Why Should You Start a Sustainable Denim Clothing Company? It emphasizes the method of manufacturing eco-friendly, sustainable denim, including handloom denim, as well as other challenges that must be addressed in order to manufacture sustainable denim and forecast the future of denim fashion.
As we are all well aware that the concern about the environment is arousing in every state; developed or developing, which is aspiring in converting our linear systems to close loop systems. The global consideration of eco-friendly ways and manufacturing of products is in demand because consumers are asking for user and environment-friendly products. This has encouraged us to make sustainable denim products that would be effective for the brand’s sales in catching consumers’ attention, along with the environment as well. For altering our ways from modern to traditional, we are adopting that cultural heritage again through working in weaving by handlooms that are being done in many Asian countries already, because it includes distinctive artistry and intricacy in the fabric that surges its uniqueness and attracts customers.
Handlooms are a unique fabric and texture which does not match that of machine fabric because their whole lifecycle includes natural ways of working contributing to apparel as eco-friendly.
The global fashion trend of denim & impact on our environment
Denim is presently among the fastest and strongest fashion trend, in ways of complementing any color, age, and body, it has the heart of many customers. As far as fashion trends are continuously changing with time at the drop of hat, denim is one trend that stands the test of time.
It has a huge impact on our environment, due to its global demand so the methods used in its production including dying are the leading sources of polluting the environment and local waterways are highly polluted posing a serious threat to the local population. Along with it, the cotton crop that is utilized in making fabric demands plenty of pesticide chemicals is estimated that one pair of jeans can demand almost 8 gallons of water which is equal to three days of water usage by US households.