Ganni and Levi’s launch rental-only capsule collection

Ganni and Levi’s launch rental-only capsule collection

The joint venture is another win for sustainability, part of a rental fashion revolution that's striving to tackle the industry's waste problem. Earlier this year, the CEO of Copenhagen Fashion Week announced an action plan to hold all participating designers accountable to a number of environmental requirements. Hoping to transform...

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Thred Daily – Is fashion racist?

Thred Daily – Is fashion racist?

Fashion makes huge profits from the work of Black people, yet racism is at the heart of the industry. As brands make long overdue plans of diversification, Sofia looks into what else is being done to tackle such a deeply rooted issue. Be sure to comment and share this video...

Fashion’s problem with racism runs too deep to ignore any longer

Fashion’s problem with racism runs too deep to ignore any longer

Fashion's reckoning with racism forces brands into making long overdue plans of diversification.  For too long, the fashion industry has made huge profits from the exploitation of Black people. Despite this, many brands have been quick to jump on the bandwagon since the killing of George Floyd, standing in solidarity with the BLM movement. Although sizeable donations and the use of influential platforms to spread awareness is of course invaluable...

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The Good Face Project grades cosmetic ingredients

The Good Face Project grades cosmetic ingredients

Artificial Intelligence 'clean beauty' start-up The Good Face Project has launched an app designed to help consumers research cosmetic ingredients. Described as a data-driven index of cosmetic ingredients, The Good Face Project (GFP) has launched an app for iOS that aims to help conscious consumers research what’s going into the products their using. Similar to platforms such as Skin Deep by the Environmental Working Group and Think Dirty, the app uses...

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Boohoo perfectly embodies our fast fashion hypocrisy

Boohoo perfectly embodies our fast fashion hypocrisy

Amidst shocking revelations of malpractice at clothing factories owned by the fast-fashion giant, the industry's timid approach to ethical issues is being readdressed. Boohoo, the online fashion retailer behind popular trend-driven brands like Nasty Gal and Pretty Little Thing, has lost almost £2 billion in value after speculations of ‘modern slavery’ at one of its factories. The undercover investigation, which was launched by The Sunday Times last week, revealed that workers...

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Gucci’s new collection: genderless, circular, and progressive

Gucci’s new collection: genderless, circular, and progressive

The luxury label is committed to a circular future with its new Off The Grid collection that offers unisex clothing and accessories made from organic, recycled, and bio-based materials. At a time when brands are finding themselves more hard-pressed than ever to come up with innovative ways to be forward-thinking, Gucci has launched Off The Grid. The 37-piece, sustainable, genderless collection aims to make the label more inclusive, a move...

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