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.
“Footglove Earth,” is the first line of sustainable footwear from Marks & Spencer. Part of the British department store’s so-called “Plan A” environmental strategy, the shoes comprise a variety of post-consumer waste, such as coffee grounds in the fabric lining, rice husk–blended natural rubber for the soles, plastic bottles for internal reinforcements, and recycled foam for padded comfort.
Following discussions with People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, Inditex, the Spanish operator of brands such as Zara, Pull&Bear, Massimo Dutti, and Bershka, has agreed to make its temporary ban on angora a permanent one.
Cape Town will host ‘South Africa Menswear Week’ (SAMW) over three days, Thursday, 5 to Saturday, 7 February 2015. This initiative is the first men’s focused fashion platform in Africa, showcasing three days of menswear on the runway. This event features the collections of over 25 leading and most sought after menswear designers in Africa.
A California State University civil engineer, has come up with a completely new idea for textile waste, that doesn’t involve turning old garments into new. His solution: retrofitting infrastructures prone to earthquakes.
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.