Fashion – Page 2 – GBRI
 

World famous fashion designer Stella McCartney has always been a huge supporter of ethical fashion and sustainability, and the invitation for her recent fashion show in Paris was a testament to the fact. The invite was enclosed in glossy pouch with “I am 100% compostable (and so are you!)” printed on it and was accompanied […]

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Not many people are aware that clothing industry is one of the most polluting industries in the world that consumes an enormous amount of natural and industrial resources. The environmental impact of the clothes that we wear is immense, partly because they are not produced locally. The U.S. sends up to 75 percent of its […]

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In an attempt to promote sustainable cashmere, NYC-based cashmere fashion label White + Warren has unveiled its 2017 winter collection that is made from reclaiming and recycling existing sweaters. For the company’s latest winter collection, artisans at a family-owned mill in Tuscany sort through unworn cashmere sweaters looking for high quality knits. The artisans remove the […]

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In a move that is being widely appreciated by organizations working to stop animal cruelty, leading global luxury fashion house Gucci just announced it will no longer be using animal fur, beginning with its spring summer 2018 collection. Gucci’s President and CEO Marco Bizzarri announced the fur-free policy on October 11 during the 2017 Kering Talk […]

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A young woman named Trisha Cheeny is looking forward to launch her eco-friendly clothing line and accessories– all from recycled plastic waste. This recent graduate from Maryland Institute College of Art will launch her brand ‘Pälemer’ to “challenge ‘fast fashion’ and eliminate consumer waste.” Cheeny has created several prototypes, including a winter jacket made from 214 […]

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In the past few years, several international clothing brands have been under pressure from environmental groups to reduce their carbon footprint, recycle fabric and eliminate the use of hazardous chemicals in manufacturing processes. Now British retailer Tesco has joined the league of companies signing the Greenpeace Detox Campaign, wherein the brand has agreed to phase […]

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European fashion retailer C&A has debuted its line of ‘C2C Certified’ (Cradle-to-Cradle certified) T-shirts, which the company says are made of 100% organic cotton, produced using only chemicals that are designed for safe cycling as biological nutrients, and manufactured in a socially and environmentally responsible way. The clothing line will be available for consumers beginning in […]

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