Life does not stand still. Something new happens every minute; there is a constant development of science, technology, medicine and, of course, fashion.
In all the countries around the world, there is a new trend in clothing, and this is eco-trend.
This may be humanity’s attempt to become a bit closer to the nature and to provide a cleaner environment for themselves and future generations. The new fashion can also be associated with the fact that we become more attentive to our health and the well-being of our loved ones. Therefore, more and more people forget about harmful habits and malnutrition; sports become their daily routine. Eco-clothes seems to be a natural continuation of this trend.
What Is Eco-clothes
Eco-fashion and style are represented only natural materials, like silk, wool, cotton, and linen fabrics, and a row of artificial materials developed to avoid using animal fur and skin. Fur and leather are, in certain sense, natural, but they are produced using violence and therefore dismissed from the trend. It is worth noting that such items are very comfortable and nice to wear. All eco-labels are good for air and cause neither allergies nor dermal irritations. On top of that, such clothes do not require any special care, since they are made using modern technologies.
No surprise that this trend is extremely popular around the world. Almost all modern fashion companies prefer working with eco-materials. Due to modern, yet environmentally-friendly technologies, such clothes is well-made, fashionable, has a variety of colors and forms; in other words, eco-clothes has little difference from usual clothes. the main difference is material, method of manufacture and ways of utilization.
Benefits Of Eco Clothes
- Stylish, modern and fashionable
- Comfortable due to new technologies
It should be mentioned here that environmentally-friendly clothes does not mean literally handmade of raw materials gathered by hand. Overall, eco-friendly clothes is such that is either made of materials that were collected without harming nature (like artificial skin made of plants), or manufactured on environmentally-friendly machinery, or decomposes in a natural way after being dumped, or all these three characteristics together.
History Of The Eco-style
Eco style was originally created by Linda Loudermilk. In 2002, she first introduced it to the wide audience. Following her, handmade clothes were designed by J. Armani, Stella McCartney, St. Beckham, and other world-famous brands, such as H&M, Lacoste, Levi’s, Gap, Zara, Tommy Hilfiger, etc. Nowadays, eco clothes are manufactured by many companies; they are affordable for an average buyer. Ease of movement, comfort and simple care – these are not the only basic indicators for choosing eco clothes. They are ideally suited for any person, with any view of the world. And each of us can preserve both nature and our health.