Frame makes a foray into “responsible leather,” Woolmark vies for industry and the Italian fashion sector taps new sustainability data.
Single polyester fleece is one of the biggest eco-culprits, producing more than 1,900 microfibers per wash.
The tribute pays homage to Lagerfeld, and the company’s traceability ideals, with a competition for 777 limited-edition DIY knitting kits.
Woolmark is helping to dress the three British explorers from the Dark Ice Project, which will examine microplastics in icy waters.
This year’s prize focuses on traceability and Woolmark has partnered with Provenance and Common Objective.
The “Wool So Cool” line includes Woolmark-certified basics in bright, monochrome colors as well as a piece designed by Jean-Charles de Castelbajac.
The event, organized in partnership with the Australian Fashion Council, showcased silhouettes created by Dion Lee and Ex Infinitas.
The 16-strong group will pick the finalists for the International Woolmark Prize, which will be announced in 2020.
The sailing team has signed a partnership with The Woolmark Company.
The campaign is marking 10 years in business, promoting wool as natural, safe and renewable.
This year’s International Woolmark Prize global final will be held during London Fashion Week.
“Wool is the original performance fiber,” the company noted.
Lim sourced a selection of innovative fabrics and yarns to produce 24 key women’s wear pieces designed with Australian merino wool.
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