Fashion has attempted to self-govern to its detriment, according to Fibershed’s Rebecca Burgess, but grassroots could be the critical way forward.
The launch of the digital platform, promoting young talents, will be celebrated with a video featuring a dance performance by the young artists of Milan’s Civica Scuola di Teatro Paolo Grassi.
The Prada group has signed a new five-year loan with UniCredit linked to sustainability targets for a total amount of 90 million euros.
While resale platforms like ThredUp and Rebag make gains with tech and talent, it’s a different story for used clothing dealers in Ghana.
The Hollywood personal styling treatment is getting a sustainable e-makeover.
Nordstrom will be dropping vintage clothing every month starting this Thursday as part of a new partnership with thrift e-tailer Goodfair.
The U.S. ban on China’s Xinjiang cotton raises a broader question of the state of traceability and “sustainable cotton” in the industry.
No longer do pressure tactics for cruelty-free leather and fair pay fall on deaf ears, as consumers are continuing their values mind-set.
Marketing dollars may push sustainability claims but brands won’t go far without consumer trust in their eco efforts.
The document comprises 10 principles to guide luxury companies in improving employees’ working conditions and their overall social sustainability.
For a sector driven, funded and fueled by its ability to create desire, endeavoring to pull back on constantly pushing newness seems a counterintuitive ask.
California’s SB 62 workers rights bill sets sights on passage in 2021, as Internet-savvy fast-fashion brands like Fashion Nova persist.
Marchetti sees data not as a limitation on creativity and design, but as a tool to help designers cater to, and predict, customer tastes and preferences.