The rising trend of circular fashion is revolutionising the way we consume and produce clothing. This shift in attitude from fast fashion to responsible manufacturing promotes the elimination of waste and pollution in the fashion industry.
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The rising trend of circular fashion
Huge gift of textbooks to schools and students in Enugu State, Nigeria – Obioma Central School
Gift of textbooks donated to schools and students in Enugu State, Nigeria At Choice Textile our charitable work is an integral part of our business. We are enthusiastic supporters of the work of Ihezie Foundation, of which Choice Textile Managing Director, Aloysius Ihezie, is the founding trustee. We were proud to support the Ihezie Foundation […]
Climate change action for businesses
The recent extreme hot weather in the UK has made many business owners think about what more they can be doing to reduce climate change. A few small changes can make a difference, and some changes will even have other positive outcomes.
Introducing our new Customer Relationship Manager
At Choice Textile great customer service is at the heart of everything we do, so we are delighted to introduce our new Customer Relationship Manager to the team. Lily Corbett will take the lead on building positive, long-term relationships with all Choice Textile clients and will be on-hand to identify solutions that meet the needs of our charity shop partners
What is Christmas like in the charity sector ?
For many people Christmas is a time for family, for presents and, for many, church services, carols and parties. In the depths of the British winter, when the days are at their shortest and darkest, Christmas is a time for a great celebration. And of course, barely have we recovered from the extra food and […]
How many litres of water are required to produce one kilogram of cotton?
How many litres of water are required to produce one kilogram of cotton? What is the fast fashion environmental impact when such massive quantities of virgin resources are used in this way ? The answer – it takes 10,000 litre of water to grow 1kg of cotton ! If we just look at water usage […]