Archive for November, 2015

Investing in the Future of Fashion

<  back to news Our vision The fashion industry is changing drastically in the next 5 to 10 years.  The Post-Couture Collective is one of the first start-ups that successfully combine fashion and technology to approach challenges in this…

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Is Your Favorite Fashion Brand Sustainable? This App Lets You Know – TakePart

With the holidays fast approaching, Good on You is helping users identify retailers that commit to ethical practices.

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Solving the Cashmere Crisis

How do fashion businesses respond when a raw material that they depend upon is under threat?

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Promoting Sustainability and Human Rights Within Fashion

Livia Firth, founder and creative director at Eco-Age, discusses the negative impact of fast fashion in terms of the environment and social justice. She speaks with Francine Lacqua and Manus Cranny on Bloomberg Television’s “The Pulse.” (Source: Bloomberg)

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Plasma-based textile DWR coating creates new interest | Features | Ecotextile News

Plasma textile technology creates new interest

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Spain : Jeanologia showing zero discharge denim finishing at ITMA – Textile News Spain

Jeanologia, a specialist in sustainable technologies for garment finishing is displaying the ‘The Zero Discharge Production Center’, the first jeans

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Netherlands : DyeCoo to debut waterless dyeing technology at ITMA – Textile News Netherlands

DyeCoo, the world’s first supplier of a water-free and chemical-free textile processing solution, is going to present the world’s first 100 per cent

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