There won’t be an earth left to wear your designer clothing if we don’t become more mindful of our seemingly harmless shopping habits. 

We’ve all heard the saying, “what goes around, comes around” – usually in the context of how we should behave or treat others, because the same energy will come back to us. But why shouldn’t this apply to the ways we as consumers treat the earth? We have to stop exploiting the earth in the name of vanity and fashion if we want a future. The earth will fight back.

Karma Klothing is a monthly online magazine publication that discusses and educates readers on the detrimental impacts the fast-fashion industry is undoubtedly having on both the environment and the people involved in the supply chain of clothing. Karma Klothing offers advice on how we as consumers can be more mindful of the impacts our seemingly harmless shopping habits are having on the environment and ways to introduce sustainable practices into our everyday lives to make positive change.

After all, what goes around, comes around.  

Students of AAD511, come along to M209 on Monday to hear more about Karma Klothing and for advice on how to be a more mindful, ethical, frugal and stylish consumer.  


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