Since we are now all focused on living more sustainably, ethically and in a more environmentally-friendly way, how do we know the companies were shopping with are actually as ‘green’ as they say?
SINGAPORE — Apparently washing your clothes less often is better for the environment, and possibly even better for your clothes. But would you want to wear clothing that you wash less? Or would you always be worried about body odour?
Singapore’s first and only black soldier fly farm has finally introduced their products to the market – live animal feed for birds and fish in the form of waste-fighting black soldier fly larvae. Formed in 2017, Insectta began selling live grubs as feed for fish and pet birds late last year after a period of research and development – and the product is a hit with pet hobbyists and fish farms.
The latest buzzword for everything from food and clothes to interior design is ‘sustainability’ but it’s more than just the things we buy, it’s also about the things we do.
Timex Group Luxury Division announced the launch of a new collection of Swiss Made watches with a green concept - the Vincent Bérard collection. The range deploy only mechanical Swiss Made movements, which do away with batteries, and incorporating only sustainable materials, suitable for everyday use.
Every year pundits around the world make pronouncements about the end of something - television, radio, newspapers etc. In the world of people who like clothes, it is now the turn of the fashion industry. Is fashion, the influential social phenomenon of telling you what to wear, when and why, finally dead? And if it is, does it really matter?
Living on an island as we do, Singaporeans feel fairly strongly about protecting the oceans. But did you know that your fashion and shopping habits could also protect them?