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of the clothes in a woman's wardrobe have not been worn more than once or twice.
litres of water are needed to produce a single pair of jeans.
The fashion industry is responsible for 20% of global water pollution and 10% of CO2 emissions.
To read these statistics written above might seem confusing, but this is just a little fraction of the data proving that the fashion industry is the second most polluting industry in the world. It's scary, we know, and it's by considering these issues that we have decided to take action and create codressing.
We believe in a sustainable approach toward fashion that mainly relies on renting instead of buying. Moreover, we encourage people to share with others those clothes and fashion items that are lying unused in their wardrobes.
By choosing codressing, you decide to reduce your environmental impact and to lead a change toward a sustainable future in the fashion industry. Codressing gives you also the possibility to dare trying something new, wear premium clothes, and change your style more often, by spending little money.
If we believe that sustainability comes, first of all, with the sharing of clothes, we are also convinced that the production of fashion items has to change radically. We are, therefore, committed to support and encourage fashion brands to rethink their production methods down to the raw material in an eco-friendly and ethical way.
In the next years, we will take extra care to select for our stocks items that will comply with the following standards:
Production de matières premières écologiques comme le coton biologique certifié GOTS, la viscose certifiée FSC et les matières Production of eco-friendly raw materials like GOTS-certified organic cotton, FSC-certified viscose, and synthetic materials derived from recycled plastic
Production of raw materials and garments without using chemical substances harmful to the environment and human beings (ÖKO-Tex certification
Garments produced in audited factories that respect workers' safety and rights
Compliance with animal welfare and production of RWS-certified wool
Reduction of CO2 emissions by favouring brands having a more localized supply chain.