News, educational content and thought leadership pieces at the intersection of fashion, sustainability and technology.
With sustainability-related claims on the rise, the fundamental issue now is, why do fashion brands that claim to engage in sustainability efforts fail in their actions?
We had the opportunity to gather Coyuchi, ARMEDANGELS, FABSCRAP and DyeCoo for an in depth look at circularity and how they’re closing the loop in fashion.
For Days are early adopters of a closed-loop system. With every product they design, the end is considered before the beginning. This is because For Days runs a program where they take back all of the products they sell, in any condition.
“The premium luxury travelers are stuck in China, so the shopping is happening here,” says Dominique Simard, China-based fashion education and sustainability consultant. “Business, especially at the premium luxury level, has been booming. Here, they’ve never had such numbers.”
Unless you get caught in the rain, we know you can’t wear water. But did you know that you can control how much of this precious resource you consume in more ways than just taking a shorter shower? Excerpts from our recent webinar!
The fashion industry has a significant impact on our water resources, but some brands and organizations are working to mitigate it. Sign up now to hear from them at our free webinar!