Shoes have been a prime target for circular innovation in the last few years. But so far, the movement hasn't been scaleable.
She built Stella McCartney's sustainability department, leading the way for the rest of the industry. Now, she's taking that materials-first vision with her into the non-profit sector.
Launched on Kickstarter by two recent Stanford grads, Oddli is going all in on funky, mismatched fabric that would've been thrown away.
Increase product costs so you can pay workers more, or keep products cheap so that "sustainable" clothes will be more accessible? The designer behind Maggie Marilyn wrestles with it all.
That's the hope behind Slow Factory's unusual new "Landfills as Museums" initiative.
The designer is more dedicated than ever to the circular economy.
Reformation, ThredUp, the Ellen MacArthur Foundation and the New York Department of Sanitation are just a few of the parties involved.
To survive in the current fashion industry, companies must provide transparency beyond the surface level.
Plus, what's next for Calvin Klein without Raf Simons?
With signatories representing companies that produce 20 percent of all the plastic packaging on the globe, the initiative has potential for real impact.
The two linked up to make sustainability look cooler than ever.
An inside look at the brand's "Tiny Factory," where a meticulous sorting and record-keeping process transforms old clothes into new ones on a large scale.
The just-launched label is using circular economy principles to rethink how we buy — and dispose of — our tees.
With the launch of its "most sustainable jeans ever," the brand is taking serious leadership when it comes to environmental and social responsibility.
A new report details just how bad the current textile economy is for people and the planet — and offers suggested solutions.