Archive for March, 2014

Fire in Chinese Lingerie Factory Kills 11 – BoF – The Business of Fashion

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BEIJING, China — A fire in a lingerie factory in southern China on Wednesday killed 11 people, authorities said.

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Adidas, Pharrell to Turn Ocean Plastic, Recycled Bottles Into Sneakers | Ecouterre

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Musician-producer Pharrell Williams and Adidas will be launching a collection derived, in part, using Bionic Yarn made from recycled ocean debris.

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Moda ecofriendly: Fast Fashion sostenibile ed il tentativo della giapponese Cross Company

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Il retailer giapponese Cross Company accetta la sfida della sostenibilità e annuncia il lancio di un nuovo brand di fast fashion che sia realmente etico ed ecologico.

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H&M Named World’s Most Ethical Company

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Contrary to popular perceptions of how fast-fashion brands do business, H&M has been named a 2014 World’s Most Ethical Company. The award was given by the Ethisphere Institute, an independent research group that promotes “best practices in corporate ethics and governance.”

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Arriva il «Fashion Revolution Day», per capire dove e com e sono fatti i vestiti che indossiamo @fashionrevolutionitalia

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Nel primo anniversario della strage di Rana Plaza a Dhaka (Bangladesh) dove hanno perso la vita 1.133 operai del tessile, arriva una campagna che promuovere l’industria della moda più etica. Il Fashion Revolution Day, organizzato a livello internazionale e sostenuto in Italia da Altromercato con altraQualità ed Equomercato, il prossimo 24 aprile vuole porre una domanda: “Chi ha fatto i tuoi vestiti?”.

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Spinning sour milk into silky fibres

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A German start-up is using milk that would have gone to waste to manufacture textile fibres using sustainable processes

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“Avoid” Browser Plugin Blocks Out Clothing Products Made by Child Laborers | Ecouterre

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Want to avoid buying clothing made by child laborers? There’s an app for that.

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