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The Power and Purpose of Slow Fashion

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Slow fashion is an approach to clothing that emphasizes sustainability, ethical practices and durability. Unlike fast fashion which churns out cheap, trendy clothing quickly and at the expense of the environment, slow fashion advocates for a more thoughtful...

The Color Theory Behind Ayana Active’s Pep Talk Line

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Color theory, in its essence, is a framework that explains how colors affect us emotionally and visually. It helps us understand how colors work together and the messages they convey in art and design. At Ayana Active, we've...

Understanding Color Theory and Its Impact on Fashion

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Color theory, at its core, is a study that delves into how colors interact with each other and how they influence human perception and emotions. This field has its origins in the works of Sir Isaac Newton who...

Navigating the Roles of a Small Business Owner

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Running a small business means embracing a journey of continual learning and growth, requiring you to wear many hats. Managing multiple roles is essential, but knowing when to delegate is equally crucial. This journal entry offers tips and...

Global Efforts Combat Textile Pollution

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Pollution, both domestically and globally, remains a pressing environmental issue with far-reaching consequences for ecosystems and human health. In the United States alone, pollution accounts for millions of premature deaths and numerous health conditions each year. According to...

Fashion Regulation Across Borders

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In the intricacy of the fashion industry, regulations serve as crucial threads to combine ethical practices, sustainability, and consumer protection. While regulations vary from country to country, a growing number of nations are taking steps to address pressing...

Worldwide Net Zero Carbon Emission Commitments

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Greenhouse Gas Emissions Greenhouse gases (GHG) are gases that trap heat in the atmosphere, thickening the Earth’s atmospheric blanket. Although GHG is usually in the form of carbon dioxide, it also takes the form of methane, nitrous oxide...