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Designers at Moscow Fashion Week prioritize recycling & sustainability.

Published: March 29, 2024
Author: Fashion Value Chain

Moscow Fashion Week (MFW), which took place earlier this month, has continued to be the talk of the town among the international fashion events held so far this year. Ten nations—including India—brought together designers for the event. At MFW, two Indian designers, Nitin Bal Chauhan and Paras Shalini, also displayed their collections.

In discussing their MFW displaying experience, designers mentioned how pleased they were to see more fashion firms embracing sustainable methods. Designer Gerda Irène from Russia says, “I am happy to share that sustainable brands, upcycling, and recycling trends are starting to appear more in Russia.” More Russian designers are beginning to consider responsible consumerism and global environmental issues.

Upcycled fashion has been more and more popular in Russia lately, and a growing number of firms that specialize in making fashionable and one-of-a-kind things out of recycled materials have emerged. We may anticipate the creation of fresh, innovative, and environmentally friendly solutions in the fashion sector, encouraging more environmentally conscious and conscientious consumer behavior, thanks to the growth of upcycled clothes in Russia. Through our work, we hope to demonstrate that upcycling is more than just changing shirts; rather, this approach creates opportunities for creativity and revitalizes worn-out clothing, says a designer for the company By Das.

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