To Zip or Not to Zip
Understanding Modular Fashion
Modular fashion is fashion that has detachable parts. This is vital to the fashion industry as it allows for a piece of clothing to have an extended life cycle. You can create not one, but two or more looks from one garment. We’re sold!
At Buhndi, you’ll be able to create multiple looks over the years as we launch new blueprints for our bases. They will always match back to that original base you purchase just one time!
WGSN, a trend forecasting platform used in the industry, is calling out Modular Fashion as one of the top 5 trends for the next decade. That’s right friends! Get on board, this is only the beginning. We can’t wait to be one of the front runners in this sustainable concept that is going to make big changes that are much needed in the Fashion Industry.
Modular Fashion is a concept that allows you as a consumer to create a sustainable and transitional wardrobe that you love.
At Buhndi, all of our pieces will be transitional! Each base will have blueprints or add-ons that you can choose from to create your full look. Once you purchase a base from us, you can build on that look as we launch different blueprints.
Over time, this reduces the amount of clothing you’re purchasing, it allows you to create multiple looks off of one base for years to come, and it extends the life of your wardrobe!
Why should you start investing in staple pieces for your wardrobe?
It’s the sustainable and responsible way to practice consumerism! If you’re investing in quality pieces, that are bound to last longer, you’re not getting rid of your clothes as often. Where do you think these clothes go once you get rid of them? If you said landfills, you’d be correct.
While not all of our clothing waste ends up in landfills right away, it’s not long after your closet clean out or donations that they cycle through to the end of their life and end up there.
According to the Environmental Protection Agency, in 2018, 11.3 million tons of textiles (unwanted clothing) ended up in landfills. That’s a massive number!
Keep educating yourselves and research ways that make sense for you to reduce, reuse, or recycle clothing.