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.
‘Plus-size’ has gained over 32 billion views on TikTok and the plus-size market a compound annual growth rate of 5.7%*. These simple figures suggest how being more size-inclusive is becoming a market goal but also a social necessity.
The public lens is on the costs and waste occurring in different industries, including fashion, and raising awareness of the production chain issue or many issues within it.
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.
Authenticity of goods in the fashion domain runs hand in hand with quality and reputation. We are seeing the next step in technology and sustainability with DHL and Mykke Hofmann producing warranty certificates by means of an NFT on the blockchain to extend the garments life span and wearability. Sustainable fashion has just turned optimistic, with 'Forever Pieces.'
A groundbreaking collaboration has been announced combining heritage of vintage clothing with technology to integrate transparency and circularity in the retail world.
Ever wondered what it takes to be a surviving UK sustainable clothing company during a pandemic? Or how to make your existing business sustainable?
We love and admire how fierce this brand is against fashion waste. Look out for this London based brand April & Alex presenting the ‘Ferox’ collection, inspired by all women breaking through the glass ceiling.
Undoubtedly influenced by her journey at Elie Saab, after claiming her Bachelors in design, Rayane wove the wanderlust within her pieces.