Former Hermès CEO Patrick Thomas joins MycoWorks board, new hires at Eco-Age and bio-nylon-maker nabs $118 million.
Fashion celebrates Federal Trade Commission potential to update its ‘Green Guides’ on environmental marketing claims in 2022.
“Gossip Girl” costume designer Eric Daman has linked with resale shop ThredUp for styling boxes to give fans “on-screen looks sustainably.”
Amid rampant wage theft for Los Angeles garment workers, SB 62 is drawing lines between sustainable businesses — and everyone else.
A timeline of the Xinjiang cotton crisis and its impact on fashion and how governments are cracking down on forced labor.
The online destination, which uses blockchain technology to offer environmental and ethical ratings for international emerging fashion labels, has also received the stamp of approval by the U.N.
This week in sustainability, PacSun launched a resale service, Stella McCartney continues fur-free advocacy and Bluesign updates its approved chemicals list.
Housing some 300 employees and researchers, the site is to open in Saclay, France, in 2024 or 2025.
Fashionphile will map out a 60,000-square-foot East Coast headquarters adding 150 jobs in luxury re-commerce to New York.
This week in sustainability, Allbirds announces new goals, Farfetch links with ThredUp and Econyl fiber maker steps into direct-to-consumer.
The International Fur Federation has lambasted a decision by Canada Goose to stop using fur, and has called on the brand to reconsider.
Fast fashion and “sustainable” clothing are increasingly losing to resale, according to ThredUp’s latest report.
This week in sustainability: Garment Worker Protection Act clears to next vote in Assembly, Ugg to broaden plant-powered ambitions this fall.
Donators of used clothing from the label will be granted vouchers; proceeds will go to an endowment fund supporting artisan craftsmanship.