Carlo Centonze, HeiQ’s cofounder and CEO, wants to create clothing that people can cherish and wear repeatedly for a long time.
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.”
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 outdoor apparel category is expected to increase to $3.9 billion by 2023.
Now owned by Milliken, the creator of synthetic fleece continues to innovate to stay at the forefront of fabric development.
The donations are in response to new, restrictive voting laws in Georgia and Patagonia is urging other corporations to do the same.
Patagonia knows there’s no panacea for sustainability, but there are certain efforts the industry can make now.
On Instagram, Pattie Gonia (a pun on Patagonia) gives queer folks safe haven in the outdoors. Here, she discusses the pandemic and allyship.
Major brands are pulling their advertising from the social media platform as part of the “Stop Hate For Profit” campaign.