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.
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”.
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.
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 French brand bases its unisex skincare products on medicinal plants and combines eco-consciousness and urban lifestyle, nature, and culture.
MÁDARA Cosmetics publishes its audited unconsolidated and consolidated annual report for the 2021 financial year.
Berlin-based cosmetics and dental care Niyok is leading by example when it comes to three in one to zero waste, sustainably made products and eco-friendly packaging.
Producing premium organic cosmetics firm from Latvia, Mádara manufactures its products with scientific formulas based on pure essences and Nordic herbs.
Founded in 2005 by Carole and Gwladys Tawema, two sisters from Benin, the Karethic cosmetics brand offers raw, unrefined shea products.
Certified by Cosmos Natural, Organic Kitchen comprises over 100 cosmetic products for face, hair and body care for all hair and skin types that are formulated with natural ingredients.
Juicy Chemistry is proud to be one of the first brands to receive The Disposal Company's Seal of Sustainability Certification, the industry benchmark for plastic-free brands.
The beauty industry has a pump problem," says Aurelian Lis, Dermalogica's chief executive officer. "Pumps are increasingly used but widely unsustainable. Today, we aim to fix the problem."