Plus, Feminist Apparel CEO fires employees who confronted him about past sexual abuse.
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.
I kind of can't believe I don't own anything from the brand yet.
From Calvin Klein to Dior, quilting has been all over the runways — but what does that mean for the quilting community?
Street-appropriate clothes for people who care about garment laborers and the planet.
The organization has leveraged collaborations with Adidas, Stella McCartney, G-Star Raw, Net-a-Porter and more to raise awareness and money for ocean conservation.
The just-launched label is using circular economy principles to rethink how we buy — and dispose of — our tees.
For days when I'd rather spend my energy on something other than shaving or defending my right to not shave.
Not just when I'm near a body of water.
Feathers, as opposed to materials like leather and fur, don't necessarily require animal slaughter — but that doesn't automatically make their harvest more humane.
An edgier update on the LBD.
The print was based on figurines from her personal collection.
Gabriela Hearst was honored with the 2018 Pratt Fashion Visionary Award.
Take a behind-the-scenes look at the brand's unique retail store/denim atelier hybrid.
Heathcliff, where you at?
Hear from thought leaders at Mara Hoffman, Brother Vellies and Fashionkind — and ask them your questions.
The average woman wears larger than a size 14. So why aren't sustainable brands pushing to offer her more ethical shopping options?
Not too big, not too small and just beachy enough.
The Ethiopian model shares about embracing advocacy without leaving the catwalk behind.
"We also want you to enjoy it," says founder Sophie Zembra.