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Sustainable textiles

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Sustainable textiles. Get inspired and try out new things.
Luminária sustentável é feita de repolho roxo

A criação é fruto de uma parceria entre a designer indiana Vaidehi Thakkar com o estúdio britânico Nir Meiri Studio

Kombucha Clothing - Meet The Designer Turning Food Waste into Fashion | The Green Hub

When I saw her kombucha SCOBY leather dress walk the runway, I internally complimented the style, the ethereal drape, and how stunning the..

Banana fabric is a beautiful, animal-free textile that mimics real silk, and acts as a great vegan alternative.

Banana fabric is a beautiful, animal-free textile that mimics real silk, and acts as a great vegan alternative.

These Leather Alternatives Are Changing The Future Of Sustainable Fashion // The Good Trade // #ethical #sustainable #ethicalfashion #sustainablefashion #ecofashion #ecofriendly #hemp #sustainablefabric

These Leather Alternatives Are Changing The Future Of Sustainable Fashion // The Good Trade // #ethical #sustainable #ethicalfashion #sustainablefashion #ecofashion #ecofriendly #hemp #sustainablefabric

This artist paints with soil bacteria (Wired UK)

"It produces beautiful colours - deep blues, indigos, oranges and blood reds," says London-based textile designer Natsai Chieza. "I want to use them as a sustainable factory to make fabric dyes."

Sustainability and zero waste initiatives are super important, so I tried a natural dyeing technique using avocado, onions, red cabbage and blackberry food scraps. This DIY is so easy on natural fabric like linen and cotton, and made dyeing my reuseable sustainable face masks really fun. Try this fun project at home with your kids to teach them about eco-friendly practices and staying safe. Click to find out how to naturally dye your DIY face coverings, and to see how mine turned out!

Sustainability and zero waste initiatives are super important, so I tried a natural dyeing technique using avocado, onions, red cabbage and blackberry food scraps. This DIY is so easy on natural fabric like linen and cotton, and made dyeing my reuseable sustainable face masks really fun. Try this fun project at home with your kids to teach them about eco-friendly practices and staying safe. Click to find out how to naturally dye your DIY face coverings, and to see how mine turned out!

Deadstock Rug Materials Transformed into an Immersive Coral Garden by Vanessa Barragão | Colossal

Vanessa Barragão (previously) recycles unused yarn from the textile industry to produce wall hangings and rugs that imitate the structure of coral reefs. Her recent work, Coral Garden, addresses the scale at which this massive industry pollutes the environment by forming an immersive installation created from an artisanal rug factory’s deadstock supplies. In the production of her sculptural rugs and tapestries Barragão attempts to be as ecofriendly as possible. More