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eventually ended up in landfills. Poor quality leads to shoes being thrown away faster, so many people are challenging the shoe industry’s problems.
Le célèbre humoriste québécois François Bellefeuille m'a invitée chez lui l'an dernier (pré-COVID-19 😅) pour enregistrer un épisode sur la mode durable pour la deuxième saison de son balado Radio-Canada « 3.7 Planètes ». Pour avoir de bons gros fous rires tout en apprenant tout plein de choses sur la mode durable, écoutez le premier épisode de la Saison 2.
In this episode, you’ll learn three specific reasons why high-quality clothing is better for the planet!
In this episode, I am giving you a three-step process to quit buying cheap, trendy fashion. You’ll discover my own personal process that I used to get of fast fashion (and I truly considered I was a fast fashion addict at the time).
We see a lot of green initiatives among fast fashion brands. And sure it’s cute and all, but these types of actions are NOT going to make a real difference. Like ever.
Find out why in this episode!
Did you know that traditional cotton is just as damaging to the planet as polyester? Listen to today’s episode to learn why and to be more equipped to recognize the right type of cotton (AKA organic cotton!).
How can we shop in a way that feels good? How can we let go of the guilt and make choices that align with our values? How can we create a wardrobe that is both sustainable AND that resonates with our personality without feeling remorse? Let’s stop the shaming and blaming. Let’s embrace a guilt-free approach to sustainable fashion!
In this new episode, you'll learn why recycled plastic fabric is one of the most eco-friendly material out there !
This is a podcast like no other. I'm not just talking about why the fashion industry is in a real crisis. I mix it with a twist of compassionate, mindful spirituality. In this episode, I unpick the core problem in the fashion industry: overconsumption.