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Article: Eco-Conscious - How We Are Fighting Fast Fashion

Eco-Conscious - How We Are Fighting Fast Fashion

Eco-Conscious - How We Are Fighting Fast Fashion

1. Fabric & Production

When our garments are being cut, we use the complete roll of fabric rather than selecting the units we require to ensure we have no wastage with fabric. 

2. Sustainable sourcing 

Cazinc The Label’s manufacturers, suppliers and collaborators share the same vision in terms of sustainability and being eco-conscious as we do.

3. Going Green

We encourage and inspire consumers to consider the environment when purchasing clothes. Our label's clothes are created to be mixed and matched. They are tran-seasonal designs, perfect for wearing in different styles to coordinate with customers existing wardrobe favourites. 

4. Shopping bags

Cazinc The Label is dedicated to zero waste with the usage of environmental bags for packaging and postage. 

5. Future

 Cazinc The Label will not be taking any shortcuts in our journey to become a more sustainable fashion label. We aim to look for more sustainable options within all areas of our brand from production to shipping.



Cupro is a "regenerated cellulose" fabric made from cotton waste. It is from the same family of fabrics as rayon, viscose, Tencel, Modal, and Lyocell. These are all made from plant-based materials that are chemically processed to produce a smooth and high-quality fabric. 


 Bamboo fabric is derived from the bamboo plant. This fabric naturally absorbs moisture from the skin, making it the perfect fabric to use all year round in our ‘Basics’ collection. Bamboo can be worn several times before washing, and it takes half the time to dry compared to cotton clothes.


Linen is known to be the world's most durable natural fibre. It is even thicker than cotton. Linen fibre has variable lengths, most of which are very long, that contribute to the strength of the garment and aids longevity. Linen is durable, naturally moth resistant, and made from flax plant fibre, so when untreated it is fully biodegradable.

This is only the beginning of Cazinc the Label's move to a more sustainable future.