Severe heat events are up to seven times more likely to occur between now and 2050. Textile engineers are doing something about it.
Alpyn Beauty, a skin-care label made with botanicals grown in the Grand Teton wilderness, is trying.
The almost-100-year-old company is being intentional about how it engages with its fashion-minded consumers without alienating or taking away from its core customers: manual laborers.
Khakis are cool now. So, where does J.Crew fit in?
"The roll-out of vaccinations and lifting of lockdown saw demand increase for dressier styles, as well as items associated with travel and leisure," according to Lyst.
Founder and CEO Diarrha N'Diaye — a L'Oréal and Glossier alum — talks about how she tapped into big-name investors and what she thinks the industry is missing when it comes to the narrative of Black beauty.
Eco-label Christy Dawn spent two years bringing 24 acres of depleted farmland back to life. Now, the brand is sharing the roadmap of how it did it.
Obinna Keke, Director of Innovation & Business Operations for SheaMoisture Men, shares how the brand is celebrating this underserved community — while upending tired stereotypes and rejecting toxic masculinity.
And more insights from Thredup's latest report on the resale industry.
Bergdorf Goodman's Yumi Shin reflects on how fashion buying has evolved over the past few decades.
Could some of the best shopping soon be found in...suburbs?
Because "everyone's thinking about it."
We caught up with people who opened clothing stores amid the pandemic about what's working and what isn't.
Branded apparel allows these companies to circumvent legal regulations, get their names out there, become lifestyle brands and much more.
Shoes have been a prime target for circular innovation in the last few years. But so far, the movement hasn't been scaleable.
No follower count is too small to drop a line of tees with your face on it. But for creators, that's not always what moves the needle.