Last weekend we had the pleasure to meet up with Luca Olivini, from C.L.A.S.S. Eco Hub in Milan. We had a two-hour session during which he had explained and shown us everything about the fabrics they represent (Re.Verso, Cupro, NewLife, and so many more beautiful, 'Made-In-Italy', fabrics and fibers).
Understanding sustainable fashion starts with the basics. Knowing the fibers, the fabrics and their origin will not only create an appreciation for garments made out of them, it will also lead to understanding the quality, the price and the impact of clothes.
It's like knowing what's in your smoothie.