Ready To Transition to Alternative Fashion Brands? Here Are Our Top 3 Picks.

There is no denying that today's customer journey is complicated. They not only "expect" a new standard, but the consumer is also changing the direction of trends and shifting the fashion system towards greener initiatives and rising awareness of animal products and animal cruelty. Looking beyond the...

Memory Wool Fabric With Super Abilities To Change Shape On Command

Can you imagine a smart material that can be pre-programmed? It will have reversible shape memory which means that it will be able to hold a particular shape and when modified, it will change. Sounds a bit science fiction, but the Harvard...

EDITOR’S PICK: Sustainable Brand Lauren Razek

It is nothing new to hear that a luxury brand has launched a collection, but Lauren Razek stands out from the usual fanfare. Their collection, which is inspired by ancient civilisations and mythology, uses technology to pave the way for a gentler,...

Electric Tees, Ethical, Sustainable and Angry at Indifference

Promising change, Electric Tees is not only an organic brand it is a fashion label that is good for our soul. The PETA approved brand is all about being opinionated, fun and bold. Founded by London based eco-warrior Kuben Edwards, Electric Tees...

‘Fibre Next’, Innovative Next-generation Cellulosic Fibre, Available for Commercial Production

Globally, less than 1% of the material used to produce clothing is recycled into new clothing. This presents a big opportunity for textile fibre recycling, particularly in China which is the largest textile producing country in the world. This year Sateri unveiled...

SupplyCompass on Commerciality of Sustainability, Retail Tech & Future Pathways

SupplyCompass hosted a webinar with discovery platform for fashion, Good On You, and the online luxury fashion retailer, Farfetch. Flora Davidson, Co-Founder of SupplyCompass and moderator of the webinar and the panellists, Sandra Capponi, Co-Founder of Good On You and Tom Berry,...

PUMA x Streamateria Biodesign Project: Exploring Sustainable Alternatives

The latest collaboration is between PUMA and Streamateria. They have partnered up to explore sustainable alternatives for making and dyeing textiles in its latest biodesign project, which features a biodegradable lifestyle and performance collection, named “Design to Fade”.

Peter C. Leferink: “What we used to call ‘fashion’ is worn out, beaten down and broken.”

There is no denying it; the pandemic has given the fashion industry a much-needed wake-up call. One that has exposed cracks in a system that are way overdue for a complete reconstruction. COVID-19 has forced the industry to reassess how they do...

Rothy’s New Bags Don’t Tackle the Larger Plastic Waste Problem, But I Can’t Help But Like Them!

Since launching the Flat, then the Point before adding the Loafer and then the Sneaker, Rothy's has so far repurposed more than 15, 265.661 plastic water bottles. Now they have launched a handbag line. "It's very important to our brand—to make sure...

A Sense of Sustainability

The world is slowly getting greener. Electric cars are on the uptake, solar panels are becoming the norm, and wind power has taken off (becoming 10% of UK renewable energy source). When it comes to being conscious about our clothes, there seems...