Fashion designer Vanessa Bruno and Ecopel founder Christopher Sarfati talk about their collaboration and the materials shaping the future of fashion.
“Köpskam” is a Swedish movement that wants you to stop buying new clothes and turn to secondhand garments, at least for a month.
Compost and humus can be derived from some unexpected objects of everyday use, such as certain types of diapers, masks and even hoodies.
Reebok’s new “Forever Floatride Grow” model, which swaps plastics for natural materials to offer a more sustainable product, is set to launch in Fall 2020.
“Game of Thrones” star Maisie Williams has teamed up with the clothing label Weekday in a bid to encourage a circular fashion industry.
The 1990s, which was marked by looks that have often been criticized, came back in force on runways and in the street in 2019.
Fashion retailer & Other Stories is collaborating with jewelry designer Mia Larsson on a sustainable jewelry collection, made in part from oyster shells.