Redress Design Award 2021, the world's largest competition on sustainable fashion design, has finally its winner. The news has been announced live-streamed from Hong Kong after a hybrid Grand Final fashion show with real and virtual models.
The journey towards inclusive fashion also passes through 'petites' and their underestimated necessities. Today, petite fashion sees more protagonists like LacunaFit which is ready for a denim-tinted launch.
Oxford Street with fashion author and presenter Candice Brathwaite announces the launch of BEYOND NOW, the first sustainable initiative that sets to make a change in the way we shop our favourite high street brands.
Appreciated for its commitment to social equality and the environment, Radley London (re)states its green production plan and new collections with its latest campaign: 'Earth, we’re by your side'.
As we head into September Actress Sienna Miller has been announced by Oxfam as the headliner for their #SecondHandSeptember campaign to raise awareness about the harmful effects fast fashion clothes that are produced in high volume and at relatively low cost to the consumer – have on the planet.
Football sensation Leroy Sané stars in the new Autumn'21 Nike Underwear campaign. The Nike Underwear product line for Autumn 2021 features Nike ReLuxe, made with at least 75% recycled fibres as part of the brand’s ‘Move to Zero’ initiative.
grüum, Manchester-based skincare and haircare brand, launched a new range of sustainable wash bags to help fighting ocean pollution thanks to a toiletry essential.
A sustainable wedding starts with an engagement ring carefully crafted with recycled metals and conflict-free diamonds. With its newest ethical engagement ring collection, Lebrusan Studion wants to make this celebration of love a celebration of fairness.
As we could expect, the pandemic dictated what to buy or not to buy, and expanded its impact way beyond our social life. The distress and uncertainty took their toll in a very personal sphere of our daily habits: buying skincare. It is the rise of a new trend, the 'skinimalism'.
A contest with innovation, sustainability, virtual reality and talent at its heart. The 2021 RCGD Global Design contest will champion digitally designed; sustainability produced; fashion that transforms moment to movement whilst kickstarting the careers of fashion’s next generation.