As consumers get back to shopping, the growth and popularity of anti-viral textiles remain in question.
Textile Exchange’s new report explores the industry’s shift to “preferred materials.”
“We think that sanitizing clothing after the fitting room will become like washing your hands,” Jeanologia told WWD.
The Danish jeweler is on its way to phasing out mined metals by 2025.
Recycling startup Retrievr makes an open call to fashion brands to partake in the recycling journey in Philadelphia.
The Como, Italy-based textile company is debuting Resilk, an upcycled silk fabric.
Europe’s largest online-only fashion retailer is making a bold move, asking all brands to provide supply chain information. Those that don’t measure up to ethical standards by 2023 are out.
The Adidas-Allbirds collaboration is racing to develop the “lowest ever carbon footprint” for a sports performance shoe.
Fashion Girls For Humanity’s founders discussed COVID-19 relief efforts and how the fashion industry is changing.
Lim is embracing resale with The RealReal for an archive sale of seasons’ past.
An Altagamma webinar shed the light on the role of sustainability in aiding brands to maintain an emotional connection with consumers after the pandemic.
In a snapshot of spring data from businesses and consulting firms, consumer behavior is still shifting sustainably amid the pandemic.