As the pandemic drags on, still more retail and warehouse workers in L.A. are falling ill with the coronavirus.
If brands and their suppliers share long-term strategies and values, it’s a win-win match, Long Term Partners say.
The Brooklyn, N.Y.-based company recently started using social media to show off its work.
Maesa makes Drew Barrymore’s Flower Beauty, as well as TPH by Taraji P. Henson and Kristin Ess’ hair line.
The New York-based company is committed to strengthening the Garment District.
SV Labs specializes in bath bombs and shower tablets, but also makes skin care and other natural beauty products.
Canada Goose workers allege union-busting and unsafe work in the brand’s Winnipeg facilities in a new campaign.
No longer do pressure tactics for cruelty-free leather and fair pay fall on deaf ears, as consumers are continuing their values mind-set.
Brands are walking the line of transparency, but to what end? Everlane, Reformation and industry react to Remake’s transparency report.
Beyond a community-building cultural event, Fabric 2020 offers a prototype of how to celebrate international ties and the arts during a pandemic.
Sustainable material development is sparking curiosity in apple leather, fully traceable cotton, reusable packaging.
Strengthening local manufacturing is a priority for the CFDA.
Supporters of a bill aimed at protecting wages for garment workers are vowing to bring it to the legislature again next year.