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.
Recently Love Island made the decision to dress contestants in second-hand clothes from eBay, and this is going to speak of a huge change in viewers’ shopping habits.
Sustainable business models are changing rapidly as the consumer is being informed more transparently where their wallet can negotiate better choices for suppliers.
Originally from Cannes, designer Philip Karto fell out of love with the fashion industry a decade ago, unable to reconcile the huge levels of waste associated with designing clothes and accessories for fast fashion.
The latest toll on the environment confirms change must be made by fashion houses, business owners and consumers together in order to reduce emissions.
New data revealed through Productsup's study finds consumers need more product information to make purchases in the physical, digital, and virtual world. Very insightful on sustainable buying power too.
Science and fashion are two completely different worlds yet they always find their way to each other. Living in a world where battling climate change is at the forefront of most organisations, fashion has been known to take major steps in reducing its carbon footprint.
Far Afield showcases their latest collection a contemporary menswear-meets-unisex range featuring a whimsical tropical safari theme.
Plus-sized men don't get much of a shout-out in the fashion world, which can be tough because many people, regardless of their gender or size, want to look good and dress well.
The origin of an ornate print requires a visionary and lover of art to make it special. Design Blender Founder Alexa Papavasileiou takes sustainable methods of upcycling pieces and captivating patterns to create something conscious and sharply modern with her debut collection.