What if it was possible to recycle clothes the way we recycle newspaper? A group of Finnish scientists are currently exploring this possibility.
H&M Group is reducing its carbon footprint with major environmental targets.
The textile industry won’t sustain itself—nor will brands retain customer loyalty—if conditions don’t improve with regard to the sector’s impact on the earth. And part of the path to improvement will include using better materials.
American & Efird is providing an eco-friendly sewing option for the apparel industry.
Patagonia is taking a more sustainable approach for its swim and surf apparel.
Reimagining fashion isn’t always a solo effort.
Asos is supporting African artisans with a new ethical fashion collection.
Detecting sustainable clothing is possible with a new smartphone feature.Read more
In the sustainable sector, where provenance is king, findings and notions have often been left out of the discussion—until now.
Two Dutch-based designers are pursuing biological fabrication to minimize the industry’s carbon footprint.Read more