Earth Day 2019: The Bubble People



This year, for Earth Day, I’ve collaborated with people from across the globe (Brazil, Italy, Canada, Romania) to draw attention to the use of synthetics in the fashion industry. As all synthetics are a byproduct of plastic, the pollution we are all left with changes the way the world looks like.

Fortunately, there are a lot of things you can do right now:
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2. More actions you can take right now: https://wonder-wardrobe.com/bubble-people

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12 thoughts on “Earth Day 2019: The Bubble People”

  1. Most people do not know that their clothes are made of plastic, aka synthetic materials. Cotton, linen, wool, silk materials are hard to find no though they are the most comfortable and durable. It's all about consumerism.

  2. I am honestly surprised that it is only 60%. I went at a shopping mall for a couple of weeks ago and I am not exaggerating when I say that I think 90% of the clothes were made out of plastic or in combination with plastic fibers. It was really disgusting and very alarming. I still can not believe that we as a race are so dumb to buy this crap. Everything was very ugly too.

  3. Hello to everyone. I absolutely love all your videos I have watched so far, your ideas are fantastic and plus, you give some really good advice. It's some time already that I am trying not to buy plastic clothes, but really, it isn't easy. It's very difficult today to find clothes 100% cotton (bio is better), silk, wool. In stores I find almost nothing. Even in vintage internet stores it's difficult to find because in the 60's polyester was already there. Sometimes good quality clothes are soooo expensive, I simply can afford them. Any suggestions anyone about brands which are not very expensive and use good quality products without enslaving children or people?

  4. This year, for Earth Day, I've collaborated with people from across the globe (Brazil, Italy, Canada, Romania) to draw attention to the use of synthetics in the fashion industry. As all synthetics are a byproduct of plastic, the pollution we are all left with changes the way the world looks like.

    Fortunately, there are a lot of things you can do right now:
    1. Share this video with friends and family.
    2. More actions you can take right now: https://wonder-wardrobe.com/bubble-people

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