Anna Sacks, a.k.a. @thetrashwalker, posted about the store policy, which caught the attention of Diet Prada.
The Garment Worker Protection Act enforces fair compensation and holds fashion brands accountable for unpaid wages.
They put their social media — and, in some cases, their e-commerce efforts — on pause to urge Congress and consumers to take action.
Inspired by its ongoing work to eliminate plastic from its supply chain, the retailer is looking for early-stage entrepreneurs to collaborate on new solutions.
"The world is changing and so are you. You dress for the mess — print on print, layer on layer."
Plus, can department stores win over Gen Z?
By using TENCEL™ fibers, these pieces not only help maintain environmental balance — they also keep you cool.
Plus, Lionne makes dance-all-night-long looks for the fashion set.
Severe heat events are up to seven times more likely to occur between now and 2050. Textile engineers are doing something about it.
Plus, Live Tinted founder Deepica Mutyala discusses tokenism in beauty investment.
Alpyn Beauty, a skin-care label made with botanicals grown in the Grand Teton wilderness, is trying.
You'll probably be shocked by how many of your favorites can be refilled and re-used.
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.
And more insights from Thredup's latest report on the resale industry.
Plus, Rent the Runway is now a resale platform.
In her new book "Unraveled," Maxine Bédat draws a parallel between American Amazon warehouse workers and Bangladeshi garment workers.
Plus, Black in Fashion Council announces inaugural job fair.
Plus, the 'Cheugy' aesthetic, explained.
The designer reflects on the seemingly opposing truths that have guided and shaped her professional life over the past two decades.
Plus, can sustainable labels credibly collaborate with big brands?