As Levi’s pushes sustainable denim forward, the brand is shifting its focus to cotton production. Natalie Hubbard, senior sustainability specialist at Levi Strauss & Co., said that cotton production and consumer care are the two steps in denim production with the greatest impact on the environment, according to the Levi’s Life Cycle Assessment in March 2015, which evaluated the impact of a pair of Levi’s 501 from cradle to grave.
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Amazon Go, Amazon's anticipated high-tech retail outpost, is now officially open, allowing shoppers to grab and go—without a stop at the register.Read more
Under the Bangladesh Accord, an unnamed clothing brand has been instructed to address safety issues in more than 150 factories.Read more