In an increasingly digital world, it’s crucial that fashion brands wishing to meet their sustainability goals are equipped with a digitized supply chain to keep track of their processes.
Driven by a common conviction that the global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and aspirations for a sustainable industry can only be achieved through collaborative initiatives, Cartier, delegated by Richemont, and Kering, in partnership with the Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC), have come together to broaden and strengthen their action, launching the Watch & Jewellery Initiative 2030.
Learn how this San Francisco-based startup is creating a polymer from waste methane gas to be used for clothing fabric, carpets, and even packaging.
In a move to distance itself from the fast-fashion industry, the Spanish retail group has launched a new project committed to timeless, quality, and environmentally friendly garments.
As one of the world’s largest standing retailers, can a major brand like H&M redeem itself when it comes to its ethical clothing lines?
From big label names to independent designers, there’s a growing desire to make the textile industry's production more environmentally friendly.
Maintaining the balance of nature is one of the most pressing challenges in fashion and the luxury industry in a post-Covid world.
The 2021 report conducted by Changing Markets urges fashion brands to examine their use of virgin plastics in garments.
Fashion brands are coming up with innovative alternatives to leather. Could fungal leather be a breakthrough for sustainable fashion?