Boox comes off a $9.25 million funding round and serves d-to-c brands like Boyish Jeans — leveraging influencer appeal for reusables.
The company believes its on-demand print technology can help fashion become more efficient, sustainable and environmentally friendly.
Designers Maria Cornejo, Christopher Raeburn and Nicole McLaughlin on the materials and processes they’ve implemented in their own lines.
In partnership with Dow, they have developed a very detailed manual for the industry to enable an adoption and also accelerate the change.
The Jean of Tomorrow collection is created from organic cotton, has no metal and other sustainable features.
The designers are teaming up for an upcycled, limited-run capsule for Foot Locker’s Greenhouse incubator and app.
This spring, Accelerating Circularity will launch its Circular Textile System Trials after a year of research.
An annual $30,000 scholarship will be awarded to a student to advance innovative design in sustainability.
Circularity and social fairness are two areas to be deftly navigated as consumer awareness grows.
Already, Banana Republic Men’s, Columbia and Itochu are tapping Chargeurs’ Sustainable 360 line for entire product ranges.
In a ReFashion Week panel on scaling the zero-waste movement, experts from Lenzing, Version Tomorrow and more shared their insight.
“Fashionopolis” author Dana Thomas called industrialization “a hell that still plagues the industry today.” Is innovation the solution?
Bangladesh is moving further into the circular economy with 30 key brands and businesses on board, and at Pangaia, seaweed and eucalyptus find new form in clothing.