The long-term cooperation between the Hungarian Fashion & Design Agency and Blue Planet Climate Protection Foundation might be the key to making the fashion industry sustainable.
Fashion is not sustainable right now; the textile industry leaves a serious ecological footprint. This widely known fact is frequently discussed in the fashion capitals of the world. However, the Hungarian Fashion & Design Agency wants to do more than just talk.
During this year’s fashion week, recycled paper has finally replaced plastic cups and straws – but this is only the beginning of a more environmentally conscious domestic fashion industry. As a result of the agreement between MDDÜ and KBKA, a comprehensive study assessing the sustainability of the domestic fashion industry is being prepared.
The organizers of the autumn fashion week will incorporate the findings of the research of our foundation to make sure that not only is sustainability fashionable, but fashion is sustainable too.