Hello lovelies and welcome to the last part of the Lhaka Wichi Lookbook! I hope you had enjoyed the first two parts so far and if you just came here, please make sure to read on my previous posts why supporting this ethical brand is so important.
In recent years, we’ve seen consumers become a lot more conscious of how to live sustainably – from the food they buy to the clothes they wear. To keep up with this, and also due to a desire to operate more responsibly, more companies are committing themselves to reducing the impact they have on the environment and working on ways they can have a positive impact on society. Bonds, for example, are aiming to divert 100% of their waste away from landfill by 2020. With this in mind, we’ve pulled together four things you need to look out for when considering whether your fashion is ethical.
Hi lovelies! Today’s post is going to be written in both Spanish and English because it’s about the launching of local brand Lhaka, that’s been working with the indigenous Wichi community in the province of Salta and I want to share their stories with the whole world.