Sustainable Fashion – GBRI
 

If you love all things sustainable and seriously consider the environmental impact of your clothes too, you’d really appreciate the stylish and sustainably-minded ÉTICA jeans. It is manufactured using 90 percent less water than most other denims and is made from sustainable cotton alternatives. ÉTICA takes pride in considering every aspect of its supply chain, […]

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Finnish company Reima has just designed an innovative jacket for children named Voyager that is wind and rain proof, and is also fully recyclable. This is because it has been crafted out of a single material, polyester, which does not need be separated from other materials in order to be properly recycled. This also makes […]

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American fashion house Ralph Lauren Corp. recently announced that it plans to power all of its globally owned and operated offices, distribution centers and stores with 100% renewable electricity by 2025. With this, the company is ready to join the RE100 – a group of businesses committed to the use of renewable power. In addition, […]

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In California, you can no longer manufacture or sell animal fur products. According to a new bill signed on Saturday by the state’s Governor Gavin Newsom, the residents will be prohibited from making or selling clothes, handbags, shoes, slippers, hats, key chains, pompoms, etc. that contain fur, starting in 2023. While animal rights groups cheered the […]

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World famous high street fashion brand Zara is planning to go green in a big way. The latest announcement from Inditex, Zara’s parent company, reveals that the Spanish brand will use only sustainable, organic or recycled cotton, linen and polyester to produce all of its clothes by 2025. The same guidelines will govern Inditex’s other fashion brands, including […]

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Recently, the Norwegian Consumer Authoriry challenged retail fashion giant H&M over its Conscious Collection, calling it an example of “illegal marketing.” The authority that is tasked with enforcing rules that prevent companies from making false claims, believes that H&M is misleading customers by giving the impression that products under Conscious Collection are more ‘sustainable’ than […]

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Last year, luxury fashion brand Burberry drew a lot of flak from environmentalists for admitting that it was destroying €32 million in goods annually to “protect intellectual property and prevent illegal counterfeiting by ensuring the supply chain remains intact.” Sadly, this practice is quite rampant in the fashion world. However, today people are becoming increasingly aware […]

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