Vintage – The new handmade and Eco-friendly accessories collection by Anagabriel Galan

Accessories are a big part of each trend look. They could make or crack a design. We need to select what comes with what to make our clothes get noticed.

A environmentally friendly accessory is an adornment which has been designed to last and to be utilized in a fashion that does not harm the environment. Eco-friendly components are manufactured with materials that may be recycled or reused for example Denim.

Denim is amongst the most in-demand, versatile, and lasting supplies in the fashion sector. It can be recycled repeatedly without losing its quality. It’s also breathable, and durable, it doesn’t need to have any special care because it’s immune to soil and stains so it is great for each day’s use!

“Vintage” is the new environmentally friendly accessories collection by Anagabriel Galan, a eco-friendly accessories and hand-made jewelry designer from Nicaragua that is enthusiastic about sustainable fashion.

Her new hand-crafted collection has become made with reused denim. “Retro” involves pendants, rings, straps, sashes, scarves, and jewelry that are lasting.

Denim accessories can be a new design tendency with countless opportunities.

“Denim is not only blue jeans any longer. It’s more than that. Denim is something that may be blended with nearly anything, from dresses to coats to shorts, and in many cases dresses. It’s inexpensive, long-lasting, and comfy.” – Affirms Designer Anagabriel Galan

Interview with Anagabriel Galan

Can you tell us what’s special about your new collection?

Vintage is my latest eco-friendly accessories collection made with Denim and other sustainable materials.

What motivated you to start an eco-friendly collection?

I support the sustainable fashion movement so I wanted to come up with something different that was eco-friendly.

What green issues are you most passionate about?

I think Waste disposal. There is an excessive amount of waste being produced and dumped in the oceans. Also pollution, the fashion industry makes up 10% of humanity’s carbon emissions, dries up water sources, and pollutes rivers and oceans.

What advice would you have for other aspiring social and green entrepreneurs?

Choose your materials wisely and reduce waste. Upcycle! Using old garments to create new ones is a very innovative step towards eco-fashion.

Where can our readers find you online?

Editorial Credits – Models: @antochacon_ @shanai_ag @hei.tuckerj Photo: @photosbychalo @intermodelo

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