Kaley Roshitsh

Kaley Roshitsh is WWD’s sustainability reporter covering the sustainable transformations of the fashion, beauty and retail industries. In her prior role, Roshitsh served as business reporter, strategic content development at WWD. Before joining WWD, she was with Her Campus Media and founded an independent magazine called ThriftEd Mag – devoted to making reuse modern.

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Phillip Lim, The RealReal


EXCLUSIVE: Is The RealReal, Phillip Lim Resale Partnership a Modern Solution in Difficult Times?

Lim is embracing resale with The RealReal for an archive sale of seasons’ past.

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Thredup, Walmart, resale


Walmart Goes Full-Throttle on Resale With ThredUp

As part of an ongoing mission for fashion dominance, Walmart enters resale.

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shopping, consumer behavior, reusables


Short Takes: Spring Shopping Data Shows Bright Spot for Sustainability

In a snapshot of spring data from businesses and consulting firms, consumer behavior is still shifting sustainably amid the pandemic.

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EU, green, sustainability

Business Features

What Green Recovery Policy Could Mean for Fashion

The European Union’s Green Deal is a could-be blueprint for the world’s green coronavirus rebuild. What does it mean for fashion?

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Hermes, handbag, luxury, resale

Fashion Scoops

Rebag Secures $15 Million Funding Round

The luxury handbag resale platform announces $15 million in Series D funding, bringing total funding to $68 million.

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fashion students, fashion jobs, fashion grads, FSF


Short Takes: ‘Now, More Than Ever’ Sustaining the New Grads

With new initiatives, N.A.bld and Fashion Scholarship Fund call for a safety net for new fashion grads as well as furloughed alumni.

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RCGD, red carpet, sustainable, Suzy Amis Cameron

Fashion Scoops

EXCLUSIVE: Red Carpet Green Dress, Tencel Announce Global Design Competition

The design contest is open from May 12 to July 30, judging on criteria like eco-textiles and waste.

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J.jill, coronavirus, csr

Fashion Scoops

EXCLUSIVE: J.Jill Gives Back to Frontline Health-care Workers

J.Jill is giving out 10,000 virtual gift cards in gratitude to frontline health-care workers during the pandemic.

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Ghana, secondhand, reuse

Business Features

‘Unprecedented’ Clothing Donations Make for a Shoddy Situation

Coronavirus spring cleaning and closet cleanouts to amount to “unprecedented” thrift donations. The impact extends much further.

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Shopper behavior will change after the pandemic ends.

Business Features

Rebuilding the Fashion Industry: Sustainable Apparel Coalition, Boston Consulting Group Issue New Report

Sustainable Apparel Coalition and Boston Consulting Group issued a report on how to rebuild the fashion industry after the coronavirus.

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Christy Dawn

Business Features

How Christy Dawn, Timberland Stay Committed to Regenerative Agriculture

Their actions prove any brand can keep a net positive effect despite the ruins of the coronavirus.

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ÒPeopleÕs eyes glaze over when you start talking about climate change,Ó said McCurdy, intent on keeping the conversation hopeful.


In the Lab With Charlotte McCurdy

A partner to Phillip Lim through the One x One initiative, McCurdy is working on colors and materials for fall and her ideas are more relevant than ever.

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Isko, denim, jeans

Fashion Scoops

Short Takes: How Is Denim Doing During COVID-19?

Denim brands such as Hudson Jeans, Isko, Levi’s, Lee and Diesel are dealing with COVID-19 like any other.

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fashion, sustainability, brands, style

Fashion Scoops

Short Takes: The Future of Fashion in Three Words

Sustainability leaders Marci Zaroff, Livia Firth, Lauren Singer, Dominique Drakeford and more answer one simple question.

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esg, impact investing, sustainable finance


Your Investors Are Asking for ‘ESG’ Action — It’s Complicated

The coronavirus is accelerating investor demand for ESG — environmental, social and governance factors. Here’s what it means as standards evolve.

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