If passed, this new law that demands improved supply chain transparency would apply to Armani, LVMH, Nike and other companies with more than US$100 million in annual revenues doing business in New York.
Known as the world’s “World’s Most Ethical Designer Jewellery Brand” John Hardy has implemented corporate green practices into its manufacturing and being socially responsible.
In its 2021 collection, the brand's signature pieces were given a twist that simplifies or exaggerates silhouettes whilst also opting for a circular approach.
Specifically, the new regulation will target brands that are guilty of taking part in “greenwashing”.
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.
Zero carbon, water and waste-neutral apparel brand Reformation has stepped into the world of sustainable footwear in collaboration with New Balance.
By making a huge investment in the US-based Natural Fiber Welding, Allbirds makes shoes from plant-based leather to help eradicate oil from the fashion industry.
Sustainability-focused sneaker brand Cariuma is encouraging consumers to “Take Care of the Earth” with its latest collection and has recruited Snoopy and Woodstock of the iconic comic strip “Peanuts” to spread the message.
Combining the use of responsibly-sourced materials plus 3D printing to save on cutting excess fabrics, Rothy’s has proven to be one of the most sustainable shoe brands on the market.
Rothy's has recycled 20,000 pairs of shoes as part of its pilot recycling program.
Cariuma’s success is backed by sustainable and vegan values, using 100% natural and recycled materials for the creation of its products.
Targeting waste on our shorelines with Parley for the Oceans, adidas is turning plastic pollution into high-performance gear.
Last year, New Balance announced a series of new strategies designed to achieve its climate change goals and help preserve the environment.