Millennials will rejoice at the announcement: iconic ‘00s fashion favourites are set to make a comeback under Scarlett Licensing agency.
The fashion industry, like a big vehicle, produces a considerable amount of CO2 emissions. Shopping second-hand can reduce the issue, Oxfam says.
Eight years ago, the Paris Agreement set challenging yet critical goals to limit global temperature increase to 1.5°C, with a reduction of emissions by 45% by 2030 to reach net zero by 2050. Undoubtedly, net zero is a big challenge for the fashion and apparel industry.
Lifestyle brand TOAST invites you to cherish your clothing with skilled mending, made to last for years to come with their recently launched ‘TOAST Renewed' collection.
Gen Z's love or obsession with pre-loved clothing has deeper and more substantial roots than we can see at first sight. Here is what is driving Zoomers' second-hand shopping.
British brand Hera is the next to launch a new charity initiative in partnership with The Salvation Army. Thanks to Hera's brand-new online clothing bank, you can donate what you once loved so much.
The seasonal wardrobe change can leave behind a pile of unused clothing. Donating is always a good idea and Oh Polly made donations easier and better for the community.
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.