Amid awareness of the plastic crisis and veganism, scientists are peering back to plant-based materials, but they’re not perfect, either.
Fashion needs transparency, and one industry group is doing its part to further that goal.
Leading groups are joining forces and launching a free sustainability resource platform to drive positive change across the colored gemstone industry.
Now owned by Milliken, the creator of synthetic fleece continues to innovate to stay at the forefront of fabric development.
Textile Exchange’s new chief operating officer Claire Bergkamp breaks down the basic principles of sustainable material and the industry’s next challenge: understanding biodiversity and what happens after you’ve sourced your fabrics.
The brand is teaming the launch with its commitment to using all-natural and recycled materials by 2022.
Some 50 percent of brands and retailers expect to see a rise in consumer spending on sustainable apparel over the next 12 months.
The mycelium market is heating up with New York on the radar for grown-in-America innovation.
McCartney has made trousers and a black bustier top from the sustainable material derived from the root system of fungi.
Regenerated leather and nylon, recycled plastic, deadstock fabrics, corn, wood and tires can all be turned into fashion accessories. Here’s how six brands did it.
Allbirds’ “Plant Leather,” is a market signal to bio-based leathers amid the climate crisis.
“The pride of being an artisan is coming back,” said Radhikaraje Gaekwad, textile conservationist and director of CDS Arts Foundation.
The line replaces the fast-fashion label’s Conscious Collection.