Sustainable fabric clothes manufacturer Why Sustainable Fashion

Why Sustainable Fashion

There is a lot more to know and question, beyond just #WhoMadeYourClothes?

Why ask #WhatsInMyClothes? Because environmental impact goes far beyond the fabrics on the clothing label. From micro plastic pollution from synthetic fibres, to vast quantities of textile waste, to deforestation for viscose and leather, to the carbon footprint of raw material production, fashion’s role in the climate, ecological and biodiversity crises is undeniable⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Fashion should conserve and restore the environment, protecting the welfare of all living things and safeguarding our shared ecosystems .

Textile production is one of the most polluting industries. It generates more CO2 emissions per year than international flights! According to, around 5% of the global CO2 emissions come from the fashion industry.

In the past decade, widely available, inexpensive, and contemporary clothing, aka ‘Fast-Fashion’, has skyrocketed the fashion industry. It has also made buying and discarding clothes a common and frequent practice. The increasing demand for fast-fashion has exponentially increased the miseries of the workers involved and our very own environment.

As tempting as fast-fashion is, its impact on the environment is equally alarming. We believe that sustainable fashion is the only way forward! Imagine, if a simple t-shirt switch can save up to 2700 litres of water, what an impact we could make together!

Sustainable Journey at Herbal Fab from Farm to Fashion

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Our Materials (Know #WhatsInMyClothes)

Organic Cotton

What is Organic Cotton and is it Better than Conventional Cotton? We often hear the term ‘organic’ associated with eco-friendly products. But how does a commodity as trivial yet essential as ‘cotton’ be organic or non-organic? Isn’t it grown on plants? And cotton isn’t like plastic that takes millions of

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Linen and its Impact on the Environment. A bast fibre, woven from the flax plant, linen is a prevalent yet lush fabric. Since its natural enemy is fieldmouse, not insects, it virtually needs no pesticides. Organic linen is a rare commodity as the environmental impact of the conventionally-grown linen is

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Lenzing Tencel

Lenzing Tencel Tencel fibres are produced by environmentally responsible methods using sustainably sourced wood. The fibres are certified as biodegradable and compostable, blending into nature’s cycle, they maintain the environmental balance. Process of making Tencel: Environmental Impact of Tencel/lyocell It is completely biodegradable. Moreover, it produces no harmful byproducts. Farming

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Lenzing Modal A variety of viscose rayon, Modal is a beechwood-pulp based cellulosic fibre. It is 50% more water-absorbent per unit volume than cotton. Process of making Modal Environmental impact of Modal: It requires less land per tonne than cotton fibres. It consumes ten to twenty times less water than

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Hemp Hemp is a natural fibre derived from the stems of the flax plant. The hemp fabric has various natural advantages such as keeping you warm in winter, cool in summer and even protecting you from UV rays. The fibre produced from pure hemp is similar to linen in texture.

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Peace Silk

Peace Silk As the name suggests, it is the silk that encourages peace. Peace silk is a result of non-violent breeding and harvesting. In other words, silkworms are allowed their natural course of life and transformation into butterflies to obtain silk. Why choose Peace Silk over conventional silk? No animals

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Bemberg – The Fabric Made Out of Waste Before becoming a fabric ready to be stitched, the cotton goes through several processes like ginning, spinning, dyeing etc. Ginning is the process of separating cotton from its seeds. Post the ginning process, the fuzzy material left on the cottonseeds is called

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Sustainable Viscose EcoVero

Sustainable Viscose EcoVero How The Fast Fashion Industry Affects The Lives of Garment Workers The beautiful, edgy, “trendy” new looks; the ever-changing fashion trends; the oh-so-stylish outfits! We all gel tempted by them. We all, at some point, have felt FOMO for not having the latest wardrobes. This is how

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The majority of our fabrics, such as jersey, rib, sweat and corduroy, are made with yarns spun from organic cotton. Unlike conventional cotton, the BIO cotton of our fabrics is grown without the use of pesticides and herbicides. As a result, neither the plants are contaminated by pesticides nor “bathe” the cotton farmers in it. In addition, the working conditions are fairer than with conventional cotton cultivation. With the purchase of a single cotton T-shirt made of organic cotton, you can save around seven square meters of cultivated land from pesticides and artificial fertilizers!

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Flax fibers, which form the basis for linen fabrics, are among the oldest fibers with textile properties. First displaced from cotton to second place, linen fabrics have been firmly established in the fashion world for several decades now. Our linen fabrics are made from certified organic flax. Such cultivation dispenses with pickled seeds and herbicides. Organic farming is thus closer to nature and more resource-efficient. The smooth fiber has a cooling effect, is absorbent and moisture-regulating and therefore actually a must-have for the whole year.

Textile Certification

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GOTS stands for Global Organic Textile Standard and means a minimum standard that is indispensable for us and that takes account of ecological criteria as well as social standards. Many of our fabrics are GOTS certified and ultimately give both us and you safety & reliability. Once a year, GOTS conducts a comprehensive audit, which puts our production to the acid test.
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Eco-Friendly Dyeing Process

Conventional chemical dyeing involves use of hazardous, carcinogenic chemicals seriously affecting the people using and badly polluting the groundwater and other nearby water bodies/Land fields by their discharge.

Not only should the fibre be sustainable.

It is equally important to know the dyes used in the processing of your Organic Textile & Organic clothing.

We make sure we are using only Eco-friendly or low impact dyes or at least Azo free for our Sustainable fabrics we offer and the Organic clothing we make.
Majorly all our fabrics (Both Woven and Knits) are GOTS certified low impact dyed
We are offering a range of woven (60-110 GSM preferably) in Natural dyed.

GOTS Low impact dyeing
GOTS Dyeing
Natural Dyeing
Natural Dyeing