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.
Nike has unveiled what it considers its most innovative football cleat to date, the Vapor untouchable, made from recycled plastic bottles.
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.
H&M has appointed Olivia Wilde to be the new face of its environmentally sustainable “Conscious Exclusive” collection. The line’s third celebrity spokeswoman, the Hollywood actress suceeds supermodel Amber Valletta, who in turn inherited the role from French singer-actress Vanessa Paradis in 2013.
The Textile Exchange has just released a new study proving that organic cotton causes less environmental damage than conventional cotton.
Gap has announced a first-of-its-kind partnership with Tau Investment Management, a New York-based asset management firm that aspires to use capitalist solutions to address “capitalism’s worst failures,” particularly in the global garment industry.
PETA has released an extremely graphic video in protest of popular retailer BCBG Max Azria’s inclusion of fur from Asiatic raccoon dogs and angora wool in their clothing line.