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Addressing Textile Ethics One Mixed Rag at a Time


While textile consumption continues to be at a noted high, consumers are growing all the more interested in alternative textile markets that show an ethical interest in the environment and responsible attitude towards spending. Experts argue that this impulse has grown – in part – out of the rise of “fast fashion.” While many consumers … Continue reading Addressing Textile Ethics One Mixed Rag at a Time

Rag News: June 2018


From the Mixed Rag to the Recycled Bag The circular economy is brought to life when mixed rags from America are sent to our re-manufacturing facility in India, where they are transformed into unique, one-of-a kind bags. During this process, we support local communities and charities in the USA, we help the environment by keeping … Continue reading Rag News: June 2018

Credential Clothing as a Part of the Solution to the Consumption Crisis


In a recent podcast episode of What Makes Us Human, Tasha Lewis (Cornell University assistant professor in the Department of Fiber Science & Apparel Design in the College of Human Ecology) argued that the fashion industry has a huge and detrimental impact on the environment, and not only in the production and manufacturing phases. These … Continue reading Credential Clothing as a Part of the Solution to the Consumption Crisis

The Growth Curve Possibilities of a Mixed Rags Market


In recent years, media outlets have reported that clothing has an enormous and even toxic environmental footprint. This is particularly true as consumers unnecessarily send their items to landfill rather than finding new ways to recycle materials they may no longer deem necessary. For example, statistically we know that the average shirt in the US … Continue reading The Growth Curve Possibilities of a Mixed Rags Market

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