Transparency has become a major part of the fashion conversation and consumers are demanding major retailers to disclose where their garments are made.Read more
Oeko-Tex is stepping up consumer protection and sustainability in the greater textile supply chain with a new range of compliance regulations.Read more
The ZDHC Foundation is opening a new center to help companies improve their environmental performance and reduce the use of hazardous chemicals.Read more
Some of the U.K.'s popular retailers, including Amazon, Boohoo and TK Maxx, are being exposed for mislabeling their real animal fur products as ‘fake’.Read more
Though apparel has made greater strides of late toward advancing supply chain sustainability, footwear has been a step behind, and Change Your Shoes is working to point out the sector's flaws and suggest better practices for a more ethical industry.
The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) is ZDHC Roadmap to Zero Programme’s newest Accepted Certification Standard.
The SAC is equipping the apparel industry with its updated Higg FEM tool—which will further reduce audit fatigue and boost transparency.
A recent report highlights how transparent, compliant supply chains benefit all aspects of apparel businesses—though only some companies can overcome inherent challenges to reap the rewards.Read More