Our throwaway society, and its addiction to fast fashion, are responsible for devastating environmental destruction across the globe. One businesswoman is holding the banner for change and challenge in fashion by promoting culture and tradition.
Climate change is a real issue for the entire world. While large corporations will be required to make the biggest changes to the way they operate; you can still play your part in healing the world too.
Shopping secondhand is a way to save on signature pieces and commit to the environment. However, where you shop for pre-loved fashion can cost you more, a study reveals.
GENT London showcased their collection at Fashions Finest emerging designer SS23 London Fashion Week showcase 17th September 2022.
Makeup: Academy of Freelance Makeup Artists (AOFM) lead #mua Mandy Gakhal
Hair: In Session lead #hair David Rae
Lead stylist: Leighanne Krystal
Creative Director: Tanya Beresford
Photographer: Joanna Mitroi
Director & Event organiser: Deborah St. Louis
This season, TheVWL wanted to give a very clean and comforting feeling to their collection with oversize basic shapes. In line with their ethics, all pieces are made from certified environmentally friendly materials, PETA approved, vegan and certified eco-sustainable.
Nike calls for a star, Manchester City’s Rubén Dias replies. The footballer stars in Nike's newest Underwear Autumn/Winter 2022 collection and campaign under the banner of sustainability.
Disenchanted with the throwaway culture of the fashion industry, Wild Clouds founder Franny Collingham started changing her buying habits for the better.
Have you circled the calendar with at least one outdoor gig this summer? You are joining a big tribe of festival-goers but join the green one.
The latest toll on the environment confirms change must be made by fashion houses, business owners and consumers together in order to reduce emissions.