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.
The sustainability movement experienced both gains and losses in this monumental year. But it also proved it's here to stay.
As climate change makes typhoons more destructive and frequent in the Philippines, Filipino fashion professionals are looking to help their fellow citizens — and asking the international community to get involved.
Is it really possible to pull climate change-causing methane and carbon dioxide out of the air and turn them into handbags and perfume? These companies say yes.
What could be more aspirational than a well-dressed science communicator?
The collection was inspired by New York's new climate change-impacted designation as a subtropical zone.
"We are all fashion victims," read her sign.
And provokes questions about government-led clean energy transitions and carbon offsetting along the way.
In an op-ed for Fashionista, fashion policy counsel and professor Kenya Wiley outlines the 2020 election issues that will have major repercussions for the industry.
Who said focusing on climate change had to be a bummer?
As fires ravage the American West, the brand looks to Firesticks Alliance, an Indigenous Australian fire and land management group, for hope.
Teen activist Sophia Kianni is trying to make this possible through a new translation initiative.
The company is also launching a sustainable fashion glossary. But what do these commitments actually mean?
Like the 'Fair Trade' or 'organic' labels, 'Climate Neutral' certification is intended to make shopping with ethics in mind easier for customers.
As fashion month stretches on, so does the debate about whether all the elaborate runway shows and international flights required to see them in person are worth it.
Frankenstein clothes and glittery face masks seemed made for surviving a scary world, but there were touches of resilient joy in the collection, too.
This piece of misinformation has long been discredited by solid reporting, but it still gets repeated all the time.
Indigenous populations, landfills, information sharing and fashion that's about more than profit were all part of the conversation at the latest Study Hall conference in New York City.
Bought a T-shirt to support Australian bushfire relief or Planned Parenthood? This is for you.
The practice isn't new, but brands like Jonathan Cohen, Tanya Taylor, and others have gotten more vocal about their efforts to address waste in the fashion industry.
Plus, Chanel reschedules show due to national strike in Paris.
The designer and entertainer talked about going "seed to sow" and says he's investing in fiber farming on his property in Wyoming.