The U.E.G. design company’s name stands for ‘Usa e getta,’ or ‘Use and toss.’ That’s the idea behind these biodegradable clothes, that apparently disintegrate over time. According to U.E.G., disintegrating designs are all the rage.
U.E.G. is an interesting company, and an existentialist statement about the temporal nature of life is nice and all, but how about some durable clothing? Disintegrating designs actually seem to be anti-eco clothing. Instead of a piece that will hold up to the test of time, U.E.G. has created clothing that guarantees a need for replacement. Interesting as an art statement, not so interesting for buyers.
U.E.G. Makes Disintegrating Designs of Shirts, Dresses, Bags
1. Anti-eco Fashion - There is an opportunity for disruptive innovation in sustainable and eco-friendly fashion industry by creating durable and long-lasting clothing designs.
2. Disposable Fashion - The trend towards biodegradable clothing can be seen as an opportunity to create inexpensive, temporary clothing that is designed for short-term use in the fast-fashion industry.
3. Environmental Awareness - U.E.G.'s use of biodegradable materials highlights the importance of environmental awareness and sustainability in the fashion industry.
1. Fashion Industry - There is an opportunity for disruptive innovation in the fashion industry by incorporating sustainable and eco-friendly materials, while still maintaining long-lasting clothing designs.
2. Fast Fashion Industry - The trend towards disposable fashion could be capitalized upon by the fast-fashion industry to create inexpensive, temporary clothing that is in-line with current fashion trends.
3. Environmental Industry - U.E.G.'s biodegradable clothing designs highlight the need for the fashion industry to become more environmentally conscious and promote sustainability in both manufacturing processes and materials used.