Mittens are a winter must-have, after all.
In their work with seaweed shoes, creepy knits and Ugandan bark cloth, these designers are ones to watch.
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.
Our post-pandemic sustainability narratives won't get better without sustained effort.
Launched on Kickstarter by two recent Stanford grads, Oddli is going all in on funky, mismatched fabric that would've been thrown away.
The sustainability movement experienced both gains and losses in this monumental year. But it also proved it's here to stay.
The Modern Artisan project granted a group of fashion students and artisans-in-training access to years of customer data to collaboratively create a new collection.
Maggie Marilyn and Mara Hoffman adopted different strategies to ride out this uncertain year.
Plus, Rebag expands into watches and fine jewelry.
The latest from the Met invites viewers to reflect on fashion's relationship with the past, and also has some important things to say about where the industry is headed in the future.
Plus, Christopher John Rogers talks growing his company with Business of Fashion.
The brand is expanding with the introduction of its first clothing collection.
The collection was inspired by New York's new climate change-impacted designation as a subtropical zone.
After years of being written off as too difficult, upcycling gained serious momentum in a season made topsy-turvy by a global pandemic.
Wolf & Badger exclusively works with independent, ethical designers, delineating their production practices on every product page. They put the 'able' in 'sustainable.'
The first all-digital form of the event made for some pretty good looks.
Garment workers are working to change a long history of wage theft and sweatshop-like conditions in Los Angeles.
The designer used her Spring 2021 presentation to try and go deeper with the language we use to talk about fashion's environmental impact.
Some of what's in it may surprise you.
It joins the ranks of Stella McCartney and Burberry in incentivizing customers to shop and sell secondhand.
Demna Gvasalia made sweatsuits and robes into eveningwear using upcycled techniques.
One launched a small "circular" collection with much fanfare, the other started employing organic and recyclable fabrications and barely told anyone. Which approach works best?