Sheertex offers a solution for the growing volume of discarded pantyhose ending up in landfills after only one or two wears.
Lim asserts that putting sustainability into practice begins “with yourself.”
Lake of the Woods is a Canada-based brand that uses 100 percent U.S. cotton for its pieces made entirely in Los Angeles.
FIT’s Sustainable Business and Design Conference was held on April 3 and 4, aligning with its annual Awards Gala on the evening of April 3.
Rajiv Prasad, chief information officer at Xpandretail, discusses.
Cone Denim’s “next evolution” of its Cadira collection will debut at Kingpins Amsterdam on April 10 to 11.
Lenzing partnered with seven U.S. retail partners and nonprofit One Tree Planted for its Earth Month campaign.
Its annual sustainability conference will take place on April 12 at LIM College.
Dstld’s direct-to-consumer platform offers shoppers a premium wardrobe at a practical price.
Isko opened its new distribution center in İnegöl, Turkey, touting a culture of “all-around improvement.”
Designer Sonia Carrasco launched the first collection for her luxury brand that is “100 percent sustainable.”
Obakki’s capsule collection is on display at Isetan in Japan.
Schoeller Textil named Michael Lowery as sales manager of Eschler and Schoeller Technologies Brands for North America.
The company released its Infinity Hanger, a fully recycled product.