This is the moment a photo of eco-bags in the fashion world got the attention of some eco-believers.
Eco-bag blogger and fashion designer Mariam Gherbari posted a photo on Instagram of a bag with a pleated mesh lining that she said was eco-friendly and could help reduce the carbon footprint of clothing.
“It’s a little bit of a shame because it’s a very eco-conscious thing,” Gherby said.
“I think if you look at the eco-sense, if you take care of your environment, if it’s not wasteful or if it makes a big difference, then why not?”
“I’m not a big eco-head, but it makes me happy that it’s out there and it’s doing something.”
The photo, which she captioned with “sustainable fabric,” has been shared more than 500 times since it was posted on Instagram in May.
Gherbarian said she thought she was seeing an eco-product that could help fight climate change and make a big impact on the environment.
“This is one of the best things to happen in fashion, that is, because it is very much on the forefront of eco awareness,” she said.
“I think this is a very important and important topic, and it is also one of my main passions.”
Gherby was inspired to post the photo by a recent trip to Paris.
She said the photos made her think about the way she used to travel.
“When I used to go to the city, I was always a bit scared,” she explained.
“The people around me were so different, and they were so busy, I used not to be around them very often.”
So, when I saw this pleated eco-china-lined eco bag with this mesh lining, I just wanted to do something about it.
“Ginger Riecken of the International Fund for Animal Welfare said the photo was an example of eco chic.”
Rieckan said many eco-designers and fashion designers were creating a trend for pleated bags.””
And so, to have a photo like that, it just makes you think about where you’re going.”
Rieckan said many eco-designers and fashion designers were creating a trend for pleated bags.
“But, I think it’s more important to look at what you’re actually wearing,” she added.
“And it’s really important to do the research and do the measurements and make sure that the fabric is going to be eco-compatible.”
The photos have been shared nearly 10,000 times on Instagram.
Riechans blog, EcoBag.com, has a guide to choosing the best eco-wear.
Reechans favourite eco-inspired fashion items include the Pleated Eco-China, the Eco Camera Bag and the Pleaty Eco Bag.