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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

London - Kering is set to define the next stage when it comes to luxury sustainability, as the luxury conglomerate revealed the second phase of its sustainable targets which it aims to meet by 2025.

London - The Copenhagen Fashion Summit is set to become an annual event, with the fifth edition of the sustainable fashion summit taking place May 11 at the city’s concert hall. The decision to

„More demand for clothing means more demands on people and the planet, and the garment industry - including C&A - isn't prepared to deal with these demands in a sustainable way.“ Thi

London - The Copenhagen Fashion Summit 2016, brought together some of the industry's brightest and most innovative thinkers, doers, designers, brands and CEO's who are working to ensure sustainabi

London - The fourth edition of the Copenhagen Fashion Summit, the world's largest conference dedicated to sustainability within the fashion industry, offered its platform in the DK Concert Hall to so

London - The social and environmental issues within the fashion industry are well established. The industry knows that it needs to clean up its act and take responsibility to work sustainably for the

"This most important event for those who care about sustainability," said co-host, model and actress Amber Valletta during the opening speech of the Copenhagen Fashion Summit. "Although there is no n

London - Once seen as a niche part of the fashion industry, being eco-conscious has rapidly become one of the hottest 'topics' of our time. From luxury fashion houses to fast-fashion retailers, and

London - The fashion industry has yet to fully embrace sustainable cotton, which poses a serious threat to the future of the sustainable cotton market. Although several fashion retailers, such as Pe

London - Swedish fast-fashion retailer H&M has unveiled its campaign video for the launch of its World Recycle Week. Featuring London-based artist M.I.A, the video is part of H&M’s larg

High street retailer H&M is set to unveil its fifth Conscious Exclusive collection tomorrow and FashionUnited was invited to an exclusive behind-the-scenes preview of the collection at the Swedis

Jeanologia, the Spanish sustainable garment finishing specialist, is set to present the world’s first denim finishing plant which guarantees ‘zero’ pollution this afternoon at the I