10 photos from Extinction Rebellion's London Fashion Week protest
Action group, Extinction Rebellion has held a funeral for fashion outside the final events of London Fashion Week.
We're nearing the end of London Fashion Week so we went out once again to ask people on the street about sustainability.
A small group of environmental activists from Extinction Rebellion stopped traffic and protested near the venue for Victoria Beckham's London fashion show on Sunday (September 15).
Here’s our selection of the most cost-effective, stylish and eco-friendly brands in the world of fashion right now.
London fashion week is met by environmental protests about the fashion industry by Victoria Beckham.
We talk to some of the creators and influencers inside London Fashion Week's British Fashion Council about sustainability in the industry.
We take a look at some unique outfits and ask London Fashion Week attendees about their shopping habits.
Protesters from PETA doused themselves in black slime to highlight 'hazardous waste' in the leather industry, while Extinction Rebellion used a 'bleeding' red carpet to represent the industry's impact on the climate.
Nine members of the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) group poured the buckets of black slime over themselves to highlight what they called "the hazardous waste associated with the leather industry"
The Sustainable Angle is hosting its ninth Future Fabrics Expo to show brands and designers how they can change fashion for the better.
A new generation of designers has found a way to make statement pieces sustainable.
Dubai-based fashion designer Rami Al Ali, who launched his eponymous label in 2000, is best known for dressing celebrities like Jennifer Lopez, Helen Mirren and Nancy Ajram.
Lindbergh's Vogue cover of Naomi Campbell, Linda Evangelista, Tatjana Patitz, Christy Turlington and Cindy Crawford kickstarted the supermodel phenomenon.
People are starting to rent their clothes instead of buying them. Is there a future for the industry claiming to be the ‘Airbnb of fashion’?
Both the UK and Ukraine unveil new sustainable eyewear collections made from experimental materials.
#SecondhandSeptember is a campaign being run by the charity to increase awareness of the number of clothes that end up in landfill each year.
Teddy Quinlivan thought she would never work with the brand again after coming out publicly.
Depop's London Selfridges pop-up is the third of its physical locations and showcases stores run by a variety of successful clothing resellers.
The brand is the first major high street shop to have its apparel guaranteed animal-product free by The Vegan Society's trademark.
A curated selection of luxurious coats and jackets from conscious brands we like.
There's nothing like summer in the city, someone in a rush next to someone looking pretty.
As protests in Hong Kong come to a head, fashion brands have become the unexpected recipients of China’s outrage.
We spoke to activists ahead of the disruptions planned for September.
Former Victoria's Secret angel and supermodel Doutzen Kroes was among those leading demands to address alleged sexual harassment.
The luxury label moves towards being more sustainable with a new Econyl capsule Collection launched this week.