Adidas, Nau, REI, Timberland are among the latest outdoor-apparel brands to commit to the Responsible Down Standard, according to Ecouterre.
Professional surfer Kelly Slater is preparing to launch his own ready-to-wear sustainable fashion line for men and women.
Livia Firth kicked off this season’s Green Carpet Challenge at the Golden Globes on Sunday when she accompanied her husband, Colin, in an sustainable silk gown.
In honor of its latest collaboration with designer Stella McCartney, the International Trade Centre’s Ethical Fashion Initiative has released a short film that celebrates the Kenyan artisans who make the designer bags.
Zady, the ethical e-tailer is the prime mover behind “Sourced In,” a new initiative it says will “revolutionize” the fashion industry’s consideration of supply-chain transparency.
If you are looking for eco-friendly lingerie this Christmas, look no further than the nearest pine tree.
The North Face’s “Backyard Project” hoodie is the retailer’s first hyper-local hoodie. Made collaboratively with California artist Rebecca Burgess, whose Fibershed initiative stemmed from a desire to wear clothing produced within 150 miles of her front door, the hoodie is the first bioregional garment from a major apparel label.
Surfwear labels rely on healthy oceans and we’ve all read the stories of how the world’s oceans are filling up with trash, mainly plastic. Well, two UK surfwear labels are now taking a stand with sustainable fashion design.
ASOS, Levi Strauss, and Marks & Spencer are the latest clothing brands to connect with Canopy Style, a nonprofit that seeks to eliminate endangered-forest fibers from the garment supply chain.
Outdoor apparel company, Patagonia have released an animated short film asking consumers “Do you know where conventional down comes from?” to promote the launch of their 100% Traceable Down.