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Can Performance and Sustainability Coexist in Apparel?

In an industry that’s among the most fragmented, where one link in the supply chain often doesn’t know what the other’s doing, an effort to collectively embrace less harmful processes for creating performance apparel could prove quite challenging.

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How Europe’s Most Sustainable Outerwear Brand Gets Consumers Interested in Eco

When it comes to sustainability, the notion of ‘if you build it, they will come’ doesn't always apply. Only a select set of consumers are actually seeking that out and spending more to support it.

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Balancing Act: Should Performance Outweigh PFC Concerns in Outerwear?

The outerwear industry continues to grapple with how to cut its dependence on hormone-disrupting PFCs while still delivering the water and oil-proof properties consumers expect.

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Recycled Review: What’s Happening with Post-Consumer Recycled Fibers, Traceability and Consumer Contribution

The apparel sector is starting to embrace more sustainable ways, and things like post-consumer recycled fibers, traceability and municipal collections seem to be hot topics in the sector.

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Will the Apparel Industry Actually be Able to Improve Water Sustainability?

Water is arguably the artery of the apparel sector, but this natural resource remains scarce and polluted, prompting leaders to collectively attempt to address solutions for a more sustainable future.

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Apparel’s Response to the US Paris Agreement Exit

Now that Trump has pulled the U.S. from the Paris Agreement, the implications for the fashion industry—one of the leading sources of pollution—are complicated.

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