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New Kids’ Clothing Start-ups Sweeten Allure in Rental, Resale, Swap

Kids’ clothing rental, resale and swapping platforms are growing in popularity as a sustainable, affordable option for parents. Which is best?

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Chanel in London as the shops re-open.


Bankers, Investors and Consumers Tell Brands: ‘Go Green or Go Home’

Fashion and luxury brands are under pressure from investors and consumers alike to ramp up their sustainability efforts, or risk damaging their value, and reputation.

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Hermès Ups Biodiversity Efforts to Combat Climate Change Risk

The luxury firm has launched a diagnosis of its biodiversity footprint as part of efforts to protect its supply chain against the dangers of climate change.

clock May 5, 2021Joelle Diderich

Nicole McLaughlin


Arc’teryx Taps Nicole McLaughlin as First Design Ambassador

McLaughlin will design custom pieces for the brand and host a design workshop this fall.

clock May 5, 2021Obi Anyanwu

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EXCLUSIVE: Kept Sku Glamorizes Excess Inventory With a Surprise Factor

With e-commerce on the rise, fashion brands swimming in excess returns, overstock, damages and samples are making way for a new solution.

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Paul Dillinger and Esther Verburg


Heritage Brands Could Have Biggest Sustainability Impact If They Do It Right

What small brands can learn about sustainability from fashion’s biggest players.

clock April 30, 2021Kellie Ell

Amanda Nusz


Target Takes Sustainability to the Next Level

The big-box retailer’s sustainable efforts include circular design, recycling programs and incorporating eco-friendly initiatives into the company’s operations.

clock April 30, 2021Kellie Ell

Alexandra Palt


L’Oréal Corporate Responsibility Chief Alexandra Palt Talks ‘Radical Transformation’

“Companies and brands really have to ask themselves: Who am I? What do I stand for?” she said.

clock April 30, 2021Jennifer Weil


Fashion’s Artisans and Workers Forge Connections to Survive

Handmade goods artisans and garment workers see collaborations and banding together as a way to weather the pandemic.

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Gabriela Hearst


Gabriela Hearst on How She’s Working to ‘Make Sustainability Sexy’

Hearst discussed why she cares about sustainability, the progress her brand has made, and how she’s incorporating sustainability into Chloé.

clock April 30, 2021Lisa Lockwood

Hana Kajimura and Kate Ridley


Unlikely Pair: Collaboration in the Race to Low-carbon Footwear

In the race for a more sustainable future, collaboration is key.

clock April 30, 2021Nikara Johns

Jill Standish


What to Expect in the ‘Datafication’ of Sustainability In Retail

With growing awareness of ESG, Accenture’s Jill Standish demystified datafication of sustainability and how it affects retail.

clock April 30, 2021Kaley Roshitsh

Chris Davis


New Balance’s Three Pillars of Sustainability Are Supporting Big Goals for 2025

The focus is on planet, product and partnerships.

clock April 30, 2021Madeleine Streets

Zalando's director of sustainability, Kate Heiny.


Zalando Examines Customer Behavior, Attitudes to Green Fashion

The German e-commerce giant is looking to close the gap between what customers think and say — and what they actually do.

clock April 30, 2021Samantha Conti

Nayantara Banerjee, Tamara Cincik, Lauren B. Fay and Lilian Liu


Garment Workers Organize Around Wage Reforms During Pandemic

California garment workers want an end to the “piece rate” pay system during a pandemic that has disproportionately hurt low wage workers.

clock April 30, 2021Sindhu Sundar

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