Innovative jewelry designer Paula Ortega’s new line is made from a mix of metals and milk proteins and these “wearable sculptures” are biodegradable!
G-Star Raw, which previously collaborated with fashion and music mogul, Pharrell Williams on an line of ocean-plastic-derived apparel, has pledged to use only forest-friendly fibers in its rayon and viscose clothing.
Timberland has teamed up with music mogul Pharrell Williams to create a pair of boots inspired by nature—bees, to be exact.
London designer, Rosalie McMillan doesn’t have to look far for her coffee fix. She creates upcycled jewelry from Çurface, an industrial composite derived from waste coffee grounds and post-consumer recycled polystyrene.
With more international fashion brands hitting our shores, we should be holding onto our locally produced goods more than ever. Do you support threads made in South Africa? Here are reasons why you should.
Leather could receive its marching orders soon because a new skin is making fashion waves (if you’ll pardon the pun): introducing the fish skin handbag.
Adidas seem to have cleaned up their act when it comes to chemicals in clothing, while Nike has been dubbed a “greenwasher” according to Greenpeace’s Detox Catwalk campaign.
EDUN has teamed up with J.Crew’s children’s division to create a line of clothes for mini philanthropists. Part of the high-street retailer’s “Garments for Good” initiative, the EDUN for J.Crew collection features exclusive, made-in-Kenya designs, including a T-shirt that benefits St. Ann’s Orphanage in Gilgil, a town in Nakuru County.
Levi Strauss knows one thing for sure, making a pair of jeans is an extremely water intensive process. In a new report made public last week, the denim giant unveiled the results of its latest product life-cycle assessment, an update to its original, first-of-its-kind 2007 study.
The Red Carpet Green Dress, Suzy Amis Cameron’s ethical-fashion campaign-cum-competition, has teamed up with Reformation to create a collection of eco-friendly dresses.