Water and snow samples collected in a recent Greenpeace expedition to the Antarctic have revealed the presence of microplastics and persistent chemicals. Their findings confirm that plastic can be fo

The North Face, one of the brands owned by VF Corporation, recently launched a new concept that has gained the praise of consumers and fashion experts alike The North Face Renewed collection. What m

Global initiative Fashion for Good celebrated its first year by hosting Innovation Fest at their hub in Amsterdam. In a press release sent on Friday, the organisation summed up its progress. True to

The North Face is the latest brand to take the sustainability concerns of its customers into account. The outdoor apparel retailer is launching a collection of refurbished products made from returned

Indian organic and fair trade clothing label No Nasties not only talks the talks but proves with its latest initiative that it walks the walk too. To offset the impact of its production, packing and

In Fashion-Scapes: Forever Tasmania Livia Firth journeys into a new supply chain to one of the earth’s most biodiverse regions to meet wool growers turned earth-defenders. Source: EcoAgeTV, Y

Second-hand clothing is becoming increasingly popular, thanks to our full wardrobes and a growing awareness concerning sustainable consumption. The collection of used and unwanted clothing is booming

London - The Bangladesh Denim Expo, one of the leading denim trade fairs in Asia, is set to open its doors today. Running from May 9 to 10 at the International Convention Centre in Dhaka, Bangladesh

Sustainability certifications often fail to acknowledge all stages of the product life cycle and thereby mislead consumers into thinking brands are “greener” than they are, according to c

Swiss colour and specialty chemicals company Archroma is collaborating with chemical solutions company Montega S.r.l., Italy to support Pakistan's fast-growing garment and apparel industry, particul

London - Although Swedish fashion company H&M previously pledged to pay its 850,000 garment workers a 'fair living wage' by 2018, the group has since changed its strategy. Now the Clean Clothes

The H&M Group aims to be a catalyst for sustainable change across the fashion industry, which is why the Swedish fashion company has set itself some of number of sustainability targets. "We have

Annually, we sell and buy 2 billion t-shirts globally, making it one of the most common garments in the world. Angel Chang traces the life cycle of a t-shirt. Source: Ted-Ed, YouTube.

Some facts are just too difficult to fathom. Like images of refugees washing up on beaches or watching New York’s Twin Towers collapse. When it comes to the inhumane treatment of mankind we are

London - Awareness concerning the overall impact the global fashion industry has on the planet is growing - especially in Australia, where public and media knowledge on sustainability has risen signi

London - As the fashion industry heads towards a future where textile resources are scarce, natural fibers such as cotton, which remains a resource-intensive material, and petroleum-based fibers like

London - Swedish fast-fashion giant H&M has been hit with fresh accusations concerning the incineration of new clothing. H&M reportedly burned 19 tonnes of new clothes in Västerås

The Oeko-Tex Association presented findings of a massive research study yesterday that it commissioned to shed light on consumer attitudes worldwide about sustainability, harmful substances in textil

Commemorating its 25th anniversary, the Oeko-Tex Association commissioned a massive research study, in which more than 11,000 clothing and home textile consumers around the world examined topics rang

Greenpeace has never been on the best of terms with the fashion industry. The global NGO is known to criticize the fashion industry for its lack of commitment to making its sector more sustainable.

London - Swedish fashion retailer H&M stands accused of burning 12 tonnes of unsold garments per year in spite of its ongoing sustainability efforts to close the loop in fashion. The fashion gian

The Green Carpet Fashion awards ceremony took place Sunday night in Milan, at the La Scala theatre. Tiziano Guardini, awarded by Naomi Campbell, was the winner among five finalist stylists announced

In view of resources dwindling fast and natural fibres like cotton being resource-intensive to process and petroleum-based fibres like acrylic, polyester, nylon and spandex not being the most environ

Around 2.5 percent of the world's arable land is planted with cotton, which, in turn, consumes approximately 25 percent of all the pesticides used worldwide. This is a fact which does not leave us in

In view of resources dwindling fast and natural fibres like cotton being resource-intensive to process and petroleum-based fibres like acrylic, polyester, nylon and spandex not being the most environ

Fact - the fashion industry remains one of the most environmentally damaging industries in the world. In 2015 alone the global industry consumed 79 billion cubic meters of water, released 1,715 mill

London - The fashion leaders of tomorrow are acutely aware of the problems they stand to inherit from the current industry which range from pollution to gender inequality and overconsumption. Which i

If the global fashion industry wishes to secure its future then now is the time to come together to and takes steps towards a circular system. That was the main takeaway from the Copenhagen Fashion S

London - The H&M Group has taken another step towards taking on a 'closed loop' business model by pledging to use 100 percent recycled or other sustainably sourced materials in its products by 20

After much agitation in the forefield, starting with the Ashulia protests and a subsequent planned boycott by seven international buyers , the Dhaka Apparal Summit took place as planned on February 2