FASHION 

 
 

Sustainable Fashion is the Next Fashionable Thing

New York Fashion Week brings together the world’s fashion elite for a few days of glamour. Behind this aspirational world of beauty and perfection still remains the harsh reality of the fashion manufacturing industry. Child labor, low wage, health and safety risks, environmental degradation, animal cruelty. These are some of the biggest ethical issues still affecting this sector.

burberry will no longer burn its unsold clothes

It’s a new dawn and a new day for Burberry. Ahead of recently installed chief creative officer Riccardo Tisci’s debut collection at London Fashion Week on Monday 17, the luxury house has announced that it will no longer destroy its unsold products, in a huge step forward for the sustainable future of the brand.

The sustainable fashion revolution is well underway. These 5 trends prove it

Recent trends and events continue to call for a fashion revolution. We need to move the fashion industry away from the take-make-dispose consumption of clothes that are often produced in inhumane conditions and affect the environment in more damaging ways than most people realize.

France might ban stores from throwing away unsold clothing

 

France has been very progressive in terms of eliminating product waste. Two years ago, they were the first country to pass a law that prevented grocery stores and supermarkets from throwing away food that neared expiration. Now they’re having a same approach to the textile industry that prohibits throwing away unsold clothes.

 

Sustainable Fashion is the Next Fashionable Thing

 

New York Fashion Week brings together the world’s fashion elite for a few days of glamour.

 

 

PHARRELL WILLIAMS X BIONIC YARN

 

Pharrell Williams is not only a music mogul, he’s also earning major points for introducing recycled plastic to the fashion industry.

 

GUCCI is officially going fur-free

 

Gucci has disclosed that it will no longer be using fur in the production of any of its products.