Clothing is a basic human necessity. But apparently, it is also the second largest polluter in the world. Luckily, there’s a way to offset the harmful environmental effects of traditional fashion, which is sustainable eco-fashion something that the Philippines is rich in. Eco-fashion advocate and prime Filipino weave designer Joseph Aloysius Montelibano tells us more about this and why now is the perfect time to advocate for sustainable and environment-friendly fashion.

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