It has been one year since the Global Fashion Agenda (GFA), a leadership forum aiming to drive the change towards a more sustainable fashion industry, initiated its Call to Action during the 2017 Cop

London - Burberry Group plc, Gap Inc, H&M, Nike Inc, Stella McCartney and HSBC - some of the largest names in the fashion industry - have joined forces to develop a future, circular industry. The

Bestseller, which markets brands including Vero Moda, Jack and Jones and Noisy May, has unveiled its strategic ‘action points’ on post-consumer textile waste as part of the Global Fashion

Non-profit group Global Fashion Agenda, which focuses on sustainability in fashion, has announced a strategic partnership with Bestseller for it to advise it on the “strategic direction and hel

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