The mycelium market is heating up with New York on the radar for grown-in-America innovation.
Prada’s head of marketing and CSR hosted the award ceremony of the “Sea Beyond” education program with UNESCO.
Nordstrom is giving customers the ability to buy in bulk and shop zero waste with its Package Free Pop-In, running March 26 to May 9.
Global Fashion Exchange and Walker Hotel in TriBeCa are bringing “SwapAteria” to New York City this Earth Month.
The report on circular fashion will be released in September.
LVMH’s Antoine Arnault laid out plans for a five million-euro program over five years to protect biodiversity in the Amazon.
Orenda Tribe, Edas and Escvdo are helping uplift artisan makers while stretching beyond fashion to make a community impact.
In Bangladesh alone, where the garment sector is a top economic driver, rising sea levels could displace upward of 13 million people.
The character will help to promote the brand’s extensive and ongoing social and environmental programs.
Woolrich will donate 1 percent of its direct-to-consumer sales to the promotion of projects aimed at safeguarding the planet and supporting local communities.
McCartney has made trousers and a black bustier top from the sustainable material derived from the root system of fungi.
“If they can’t run a business that is not free of exploitation and modern slavery, then simply, they can’t run a business.”
Circularity and social fairness are two areas to be deftly navigated as consumer awareness grows.
The Clean Clothes campaign urges apparel brands and manufacturers to stand by pro-democracy protesting workers in the country.
Luxury eyewear brand LINDBERG discusses Danish design and its enduring ideation.