“For this article we look at the work of Thando Simelane and Katlego Tsoagong, two young sustainable innovators making use of pre-existing sneaker soles and cultural influences to design their version of Air Imbadada. Imbadada are sandals made from cut-up tyres typically worn by people of the Zulu culture, but also revered across the country.”
Textile waste combines a group of reusable materials used in building construction with different possibilities of application…
Green retailing refers to the management approach that pursues environmental protection to improve the retail value chain through eliminating waste, increasing efficiency and reducing costs.
In South Africa our textile waste to landfill is low. How can we then, as South African consumers, set an example for the global arena to reduce their fashion waste accumulation?