The company’s eighth annual report details how it is stacking up on social and environmental issues.
Burberry and Pangaia are among the brands taking up the Fashion Avengers social campaign to champion sustainable fashion for the first year.
Only 2 percent of Bangladeshi garment workers are vaccinated against COVID-19, according to a new report.
New employment report from the ILO found pandemic’s shakeout on labor far from over. Here’s what it means for fashion.
Bangladesh Accord’s last-minute three-month extension, “Unraveled” book captures sustainable fashion now and a CEO change at Bluesign.
United Colors of Benetton is reaching out to a new customer and bringing back storied designs through a new collaboration with Gen Z favorite peer-to-peer resale marketplace Depop.
Mexico’s secretary of culture Alejandra Frausto Guerrero is known for seeking to curb cultural appropriation in the fashion industry.
Designers Josie Natori, Derek Lam and Andrew Kwon sat down with WWD and Facebook to discuss the Asian and Asian American experience in fashion.
In their first joint interview, Lorenzo Bertelli and Malika Savell, chief diversity, equity and inclusion officer at Prada North America, map out the talent and educational programs to further increase representation within the company and the industry.
Creative director Glenn Martens will offer a preview of the new collection, focused on sustainability and initially on denim, on June 21 during Milan Fashion Week and his first show for Diesel, to be presented virtually.
The Folklore’s Amira Rasool and Farfetch’s Thomas Berry unpack the environmental and social issues plaguing fashion.