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.
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.
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.
Specifically, the new regulation will target brands that are guilty of taking part in “greenwashing”.
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.
The company has set goals to reduce its environmental impact, investing funds to promote regenerative farming practices.
More e-commerce, more direct sales, more sustainability and more customer-centricity - these are the foundations on which Adidas new brand strategy for 2025 is built.
Macy’s, Inc. Expands Supply Chain Operations With New Fulfillment Center In North Carolina.
The IRFS and the GRI will work together to establish two new pillars of international sustainability reporting.
Chain department store Macy's plans to increase recycling in its stores by up to 80% and will implement new sustainable materials such as synthetic cotton and 100% wood materials by 2030.
JP Morgan Chase Bank, N.A. and Sudrania Fund Services Corporation serve as fund administrators for the trusts.
Platform cooperativism and the future of blockchain governance with Nathan Schneider is explored in the launch podcast.
The fashion industry is responsible for more than 10 per cent of carbon emissions and consumes approximately 100 million tonnes of oil each year. Virgin polyester (also known as new polyester) is a key part of these figures, with production levels of this fabric double what they were in 2000.