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.
The True Cost the movie will be premiering worldwide on Friday 29 May 2015. There will be a screening being held at The Labia in Cape Town.
Livia Firth, the “Queen of the Green Carpet” wore an Antonio Berardi gown composed of “Newlife” fabric, which is woven from yarns spun from 100 percent post-consumer recycled plastic bottles.
Last Week Tonight’s John Oliver brings a comedic but telling angle to the topic of fast fashion.
Friday 24 April marked the second annual global ethical fashion campaign, Fashion Revolution Day.
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.
On 24 April 2015, Fashion Revolution Day, people in 66 countries around the world will challenge global fashion brands to demonstrate commitment to transparency across the length of the value chain, from farmers to factory workers, brands to buyers and consumers.
Local retail giant, Woolworths, has just appointed Grammy-winning artist Pharrell Williams, who will spearhead sustainability-focused projects in his role of style director.
French Oscar-winning actress, Marion Cotillard, is said to be working with Chopard to create its first-ever “green” collection derived from ethically sourced colored gemstones.
H&M and Kering are ready to close the loop on textiles with a new textile recycling project. The world’s second-largest fashion retailer linked arms with the French luxury conglomerate last week to announce their involvement in a revolutionary new initiative to recapture fibers from end-of-use clothing and textiles