Sustainable fashion on World Wildlife Day

At Angelibebe, we are dedicated to promoting sustainability in children’s fashion.

We aim to reduce our carbon footprint whenever we can, and work with many designers who have sustainability at their heart.

But how can you lead a more sustainable life?

One way is to celebrate the UN World Wildlife Day on 3 March 2022.

The theme this year is Recovering key species for ecosystem restoration – encouraging governments and organisations around the world to do what they can to support and protect iconic wildlife

You can also aim to recycle more, reducing the amount of waste that goes into landfill. This will also help to reduce the amount of harmful plastics that escape into rivers and oceans.

You can also shop brands that are dedicated to sustainability.

Designer children’s clothes designers such as The Animals Observatory have sustainability at the heart of their ethos.

Headed by Laia Aguilar, former Creative Director at Bobo Choses, The Animals Observatory uses sustainable materials to create fun, practical and organic clothing.

The Animal Observatory label stays true to the motto “be a good animal, true to your instincts”.

The Animals Observatory children’s clothes encourage you to get out into nature, and explore the world around you.

And exploring the world will encourage people to protect it.

Wolf & Rita is another brand that tries to reduce the effect of their supply chains.

The Portugal-based designer uses locally sourced materials. Combined with expert techniques, this label supplies modern clothes for everyday wear.

And why not finish your children’s outfit with a pair of Veja Sneakers?

These designer sneakers are made using recycled and organic material, as the label aims to reduce our dependency on oils and plastics.

Fashion is one of the most resource heavy industries there is. Shopping labels that aim to promote the use of recycled and sustainable materials is one way to reduce your carbon footprint.

And that will help us all achieve the aims of World Wildlife Day.

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