Do you know the difference between these fundamental sustainability principles? Learn more about the intricacies between the two and how they can each benefit your brand.
The Make Fashion Circular Initiative was launched to bring together key players from the entire fashion industry to ignite change in the way garments are produced.
With textile companies constantly facing increasing pressure to disclose information about their supply chain information, here are five practices that you can apply to your business for overall improved transparency.
Activewear brand Gildan takes a leap towards transparency as it becomes the new member of the U.S Cotton Protocol under standard owner COTTON USA™.
Consumers often lack verified information about how their apparel is made. Supply chain transparency calls for companies to thoroughly investigate what is happening in their supply chains and to disclose this knowledge both internally and externally.
Thanks to its dissolvable threads, Resortecs® offers a solution to textile waste of apparel at an industrial scale that empowers garment recycling.
Natalie Grillon is the Executive Director of the Open Apparel Registry, an open-source tool that maps garment facilities worldwide and assigns a unique ID number to each one. She has unmatched experience in supply chain management and transparency.
Setting guidelines for circular jeans, the Jeans Redesign Project was initiated by the Ellen MacArthur foundation to bring together fashion brands and transform the way denim is produced.