How We Measure Our Sustainability

How We Measure Our Sustainability


Considering the number of factors involved, there are still too few brands out there currently tackling the complex issues of sustainability. At Alara The Label, we are working towards a more sustainable future. Our approach to slow fashion minimizes waste, uses organic materials, and places importance on our great relationship with all our workers. Moreover, all of our products are handcrafted, high-quality, sustainable, and made in limited quantities.

Of course, we recognize that there’s always room for improvement. Have ideas about how we can grow our ever-evolving sustainability program? We’d love to hear from you.


Waste: minimize waste and establish a circular business model

  • A circular business model articulates the logic of how an organization creates, offers, and delivers value to its consumers while minimizing ecological and social costs.

  • The following identified circular business model typology provides opportunities for implementing the idea of circularity at a practical level.

    • Circular supplies: supplying fully renewable, recyclable, or biodegradable resource inputs that sustain circular production and consumption systems

    • Access and performance: providing a combination of products and services that seek to provide functionality for customers

    • Extending product value: delivering high-quality, long-lasting products supported by design for durability, reparability, upgradability, and modularity

    • Bridging: concentrates on enabling interaction between different but interdependently actors and bringing together supply and demand

Worker’s rights: protect human rights and equitable working conditions

Water and chemicals: reduce water use and eliminate harmful pollution

Emissions: reduce polluting greenhouse gas emissions

Transparency: trace supply chains and disclose impact

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