Archive for the ‘ Ethical Fashion ’ Category

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

6 ways to spot greenwashing in the fashion industry

Brands are making great strides to becoming more eco-friendly — but there’s no doubt some are simply greenwashing to sell more clothes. Here’s how to make sure your purchases are really sustainable, from supply chain to shop floor.

Source: 6 ways to spot greenwashing in the fashion industry

Case Study: Lessons From Fashion’s Journey to Radical Transparency

Brands like Everlane, Reformation and Veja have grabbed the attention of coveted Millennial and Gen-Z consumers with promises of radical transparency on company ethics, sustainability and pricing. But following through is a delicate balancing act. Our latest in-depth case study investigates.

Source: Case Study: Lessons From Fashion’s Journey to Radical Transparency

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