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  • Material Matter: Re-Engineered Wool

    By Brittany DiBenedetto | Material Matter

    A collaboration from Italian textile producers has created a transparent supply chain for re-engineered wool; providing a high quality material for premium brands while keeping conscience production practices in mind. Just outside the infamous Flo...


  • Radical Transparency? H&M and Zara Are Actually More Transparent Than Everlane

    By Staff | News

    Everlane’s go-to is transparency. Pricing transparency – in particular – has garnered the San Francisco-based brand a lot attention since its launch in 2011, including a spot on Fast Co.’s 20146 “50 Most Innovative Companies” list. It als...


  • M.Patmos and CERCLE, a New Crowdfunding Platform

    By Staff | Crowdfunding Love

    Meet CERCLE, a new niche-market crowd-funding platform for the Fashion World. Created by partners in life and business, Ayala Meromi Keinan and Uri Keinan, with the idea to enable designers fund their collections, while strengthening the relatio...


  • Material Matter: F-ABRIC From Europe

    By Brittany DiBenedetto | Material Matter

    Two brothers searched to provide their employees with sustainable workwear, but what they developed has become something greater. Their products are grown and made in fair conditions, all within the EU border. What started out as a bag company in...


  • Breaking Down the Biodegradability Myth in Fashion

    By Shana Levy McCracken | News

    Biodegradability comes up a lot when we talk about sustainable fashion. The prevailing belief seems to be that if a fabric is made with natural fibers, it is 'biodegradable' and, if it’s biodegradable, then it must be sustainable. But there are a f...


  • Refugee children making clothes in Turkish factories, BBC claims

    By Staff | News

    Panorama documentary alleges Syrian refugees are working in Turkish factories to make clothes for British shoppers - Adam Lusher, The Independent Syrian refugee children have been making clothes for Marks & Spencer, it has been claimed. An un...


  • 5 Ways Fairtrade Contributes to the UN Sustainable Development Goals

    By Valerie Hutterer | News

    October is Fairtrade Month. Not just for coffee and bananas, fairtrade labels can now be found on linens, clothing, footwear and personal care products. Seeking and buying fairtrade can also contribute to UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).  T...


  • Material Matter: Atlantic Leather, A By-Product of the Food Industry

    By Brittany DiBenedetto | Material Matter

      The following article is courtesy of The Sustainable Angle, a not for profit organisation initiating and supporting projects that contribute to minimizing environmental degradation, while helping businesses and individuals make informed decisio...