The third issue of Platform spotlights aspiring young artists on a national level in partnership with Fashion Academics Creating Equality.
Red Carpet Green Dress is back with its Global Design Contest spotlighting next-gen talent and themes of regeneration and decarbonization.
In addition, store associates and managers will soon receive one-time annual incentives of $500 and $1,000, respectively.
Former Hermès CEO Patrick Thomas joins MycoWorks board, new hires at Eco-Age and bio-nylon-maker nabs $118 million.
Why Canadian women’s wear label Nonie is rebranding with circularity and protective, antiviral fabrics in fall 2021 and beyond the pandemic.
The grant this year will be awarded to 10 recipients. They will each receive 2,500 pounds.
The International Olympics Committee banning BLM apparel raises the question of how impactful the statement is in athlete protests.
There’s a divergence in sentiment between those who support SB 62 and those who aren’t exactly rallying behind it.
A study condemning rental clothing behavior sparked new questions and challenges on circular fashion models.
The report, released by the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Textiles and Fashion, also offered a series of policy recommendations to make the British fashion industry more inclusive.
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.”
Li & Fung is the next apparel sourcing powerhouse to join the CanopyStyle fashion initiative and Pack4Good initiative.
Carlo Centonze, HeiQ’s cofounder and CEO, wants to create clothing that people can cherish and wear repeatedly for a long time.
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.
Richemont wants its brands and retailers to close the loop on sourcing, and sales, with the ultimate aim of achieving carbon neutrality.
The new global fashion marketplace makes an even stronger case for NFTs and on-demand fashion.
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.
The latest players in the sustainability space may be moving away from labels — the very kind that get companies in hot water for greenwashing.
This week in sustainability, PacSun launched a resale service, Stella McCartney continues fur-free advocacy and Bluesign updates its approved chemicals list.
The agreement will allow small and medium-sized companies in Gucci’s supply chain to benefit from financing lines and facilitated access to loans at better terms and conditions to launch their own sustainability, environmental and social development.
The funding round numbered 30 million euros and closed on June 30 and will help Infinited Fiber Co. scale its limited-run Infinna fiber.
“Synthetics Anonymous” is a report challenging fossil fuel use in fashion analyzing 4,028 products on “sustainability credentials.”
Housing some 300 employees and researchers, the site is to open in Saclay, France, in 2024 or 2025.
The Kering Foundation will help fund support centers helping women victims of violence.
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.
Timberland’s Timberloop Trekker city hiking shoe, coming spring 2022, is designed for disassembly with take-back partner ReCircled.
The sustainable textile-maker recently released a sneaker collaboration with Nike, in which Piñatex was used as a replacement for leather.
The Ghost 14 will now be made with 59 percent recycled raw materials in its uppers.
The deal grants Patagonia access to the limited fiber which is made from textile waste in the years ahead but is not exclusive to the brand.
The International Fur Federation has lambasted a decision by Canada Goose to stop using fur, and has called on the brand to reconsider.
Weturn, which was set up in 2020, has created a network for recycling fabrics, linking textile manufacturers and fashion houses.
Arizona Muse vows to make “soil sexy” with a charity devoted to certified biodynamic farming initiatives and education for fashion.
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.
Sustainability is a zeitgeist word in fashion, but today it’s being reclaimed in all its nuance by Indigenous, Black and LGBTQ purveyors.
Italy’s fashion governing body teamed up with Mygrants for the “Fashion Deserves the World” project.
Donators of used clothing from the label will be granted vouchers; proceeds will go to an endowment fund supporting artisan craftsmanship.
Everlane’s first head of sustainability on the latest iteration of Clean Denim and what’s ahead.
The company will donate an additional 2 million reusable masks, as well as $100,000, to support displaced people.
When it comes to resale, some brands do much better on the secondhand market than others.
This week in sustainability, Chanel invests in climate resilience and brands failing on forced labor.
Olivia Rodrigo, Carrie Symonds, Billie Eilish, Jaden Smith and more are redefining sustainable style and activism.
Walmart’s chief sustainability officer Kathleen McLaughlin said shared value and “elevating ambition” helps suppliers fight climate change.