Zara’s Fall Collection Is Sustainable From Stitches To Shipping
The fashion brand is making strides to keep its clothing line ethical including use of material, labor and energy
As sustainability becomes the next big trend, more fashion houses are adopting new fabrics and blends. The latest is Spanish fashion retailer Zara with its new autumn collection Join Life. Zara’s mission for sustainability goes beyond the material used: The company is making stride to ensure that its factories are up to code and are sustainable.
The new earth-toned collection uses organic and sustainable materials, such as Tencel, a fibre made of bamboo, and wood in place of rayon, as well as recycled wool and organic cotton. The boxes the company uses for shipping orders are recycled, as well the paper that is used for their tags.