I'm passionate about using upcycled fabrics as a way to address the climate crisis and here's why: 

The fashion industry is one of the biggest contributors to the climate crisis. Due to fast fashion the industry accounts for nearly 10% of global CO2 emissions and consumes around 80 billion cubic meters of water (equal to 32 million Olympic-size swimming pools.) Only 15% of discarded textiles are recycled while the rest to end up in landfills.

What can be done to increase sustainability within the fashion industry?
Support Slow Fashion businesses.  City Totes uses deadstock textiles, designer leftovers & remnants to reduce production of new material and avoid fabrics piling up in landfills. I make high-quality products so your totes can have a long lifespan.
All unusable fabric scraps from City Totes production are recycled with Rabbit Recycling.