Patagonia has launched “Truth to Materials”, a seven-piece capsule collection made from reclaimed fibres and fabrics, that explores what it describes as “radical new methods of manufacturing.”
After thousands of garment workers rallied across Phnom Penh last week to renew demands for higher wages, eight of the world’s leading fashion retailers said they are willing to pay more for clothes made in Cambodia.
Freedom of Animals, dubbed as the“Céline of vegan fashion”, has partnered with PETA to create two limited-edition carryalls in support of the animal-rights group’s lifesaving work. The New York-based label manufactures elegant, cruelty-free bags that are beloved by fashion it-girls such as Anne Hathaway, Kerry Washington, and Sarah Jessica Parker.
This October Swedish retail giant, H&M, will introduce “Conscious Denim,” an extensive line of indigo essentials for men, women, and children that promises to reduce the environmental impact of jeans.
Rouland Mouret is putting an ethical spin on one of his bestselling designs, the “Eugene” top.
H&M is set to develop a “responsible” Ethiopian textile industry with the backing of Swedfund. Swedfund, a state-owned risk-capital firm that specializes in emerging markets, is throwing its financial clout behind the Swedish retailer in a partnership designed to develop a “responsible” Ethiopian textile industry.
Livia Firth’s sustainable fashion initiative, the Green Carpet Challenge’s, inaugural “Green Carpet Collection” was launched at a star-studded affair on Sunday at London Fashion Week.
Freitag has launched 100% biodegradable clothing made from plants. The brand made a name for themselves repurposing truck tarpaulins into stylish messenger bags and purses.
Earthchild clothing has launched it’s first recycled concept store at the V&A Waterfront.
Pharrell Williams knows together with denim label G-Star Raw made a splash at New York Fashion Week last week when they took to the stage at 23 Wall Street on Friday to unveil the “Raw for the Oceans” collection for Spring/Summer 2015.