There are toxic chemicals in the clothes we wear?
Have you ever wondered how your wrinkle-resistant dress shirt remains wrinkle-free, how your waterproof jacket keeps you dry during a light drizzle, and how your stain-resistant shirt keeps you clean...Read more
8 Ways To Embrace A Circular Lifestyle
What does it mean to live and lead a circular lifestyle? What are the benefits? How and where do we begin? As discussed in our previous blog post on fast fashion and...Read more
The beginner's guide to fast fashion & why we must slow down
Fashion, textiles, and wearing clothing can date back to hundreds and thousands of years. However, it wasn’t until the 1990s that fast fashion took over as the largest and main...Read more
Carbon offsetting & the road to carbon neutrality?
The term carbon footprint describes the total amount of Greenhouse gas (GHG) produced directly or indirectly by an event, entity or a product. For products such as a cotton t-shirt, it includes...Read more
Sustainable textiles standards - what you need to know
The textile industry is one of the most environmentally damaging industry in the world and is also one that requires vast number of natural resources such as land and water....Read more
Experts Q&A: Karla Magruder, Accelerating Circularity
We started the Koup blog because we wanted to share ideas that we find interesting and think that are important, and we thought what better way to get some Q&As...Read more
Are you really buying an eco-friendly product?
You may have seen these on product descriptions or Facebook ads during this Black Friday Season: “Made from on average 8 recycled plastic bottles” “Made from sustainably farmed...Read more
Why is circular economy & mono material important?
When shopping for clothing, how often do you check the material composition of the clothes you are about to buy? You probably know to check on the printed label below...Read more