Archive for February, 2020

NUCYCL by Evrnu

Breakthrough garment-to- garment recycling technology that turns single-life textiles into a muti-life resource. Performance. Quality. Impact.

New French Legislation Prohibits the Destruction of Unsold Goods, Including Clothing — The Fashion Law

France is home to the fashion industry’s most esteemed names and as of late last month, it is also on the brink of enacting one of the strongest laws when it comes to the handling of unsold garments and accessories. On the heels of revealing that it was working to draft legislation to ban companie

Source: New French Legislation Prohibits the Destruction of Unsold Goods, Including Clothing — The Fashion Law

Fashion’s new sustainability play: More brands are turning to made-to-order production – Glossy

Brands like Ultracor and Alton Lane are focusing on made-to-order as a way to take more direct control of their inventory and reduce the problem of overproduction that is common among fashion brands. Through a focus on in-house manufacturing and smarter applications of technology, these brands are able to make made-to-order fashion faster and more accessible.

Source: Fashion’s new sustainability play: More brands are turning to made-to-order production – Glossy

Making a difference to the Mongolian cashmere value chain with Blockchain

Source: Making a difference to the Mongolian cashmere value chain with Blockchain

Ask a Sustainability Expert: How Do I Recycle My Worn-Out Shoes?

Here’s how to keep your old kicks from ending up in a landfill.

Source: Ask a Sustainability Expert: How Do I Recycle My Worn-Out Shoes?

France launches environment score system for clothes

Clothes sold in France may now display a “score” from A to E that shows how environmentally friendly the garment is, in a new system launched by the government.

Source: France launches environment score system for clothes

A new decade ahead – what will the textile industry look like in 2030? – Polygiene AB

As 2019 was drawing to a close, we at Polygiene were thinking about the direction for the coming decade. The outcome was a simple but bold idea. We want to change the way we view clothes – from fast consumables to durables.

Source: A new decade ahead – what will the textile industry look like in 2030? – Polygiene AB

Sustainable Cotton Ranking 2020 | Assessing company performance on sustainable cotton

Source: Sustainable Cotton Ranking 2020 | Assessing company performance on sustainable cotton

Adidas leads sustainable cotton rankings

AMSTERDAM – Sportswear brand Adidas has been declared the global leader in the Sustainable Cotton Ranking 2020 of how companies globally score on their

Source: Adidas leads sustainable cotton rankings

Native Plants for Textiles: 3 Bast Fibers to Know Beyond Hemp and Flax

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