Body and Mind
The model turned fashion designer has partnered up with British Heritage brand, Barbour.
The British designer who came up with a piece of clothing with a guaranteed life cycle of thirty years.
The exclusive fashion event saw a whole host of crowned designers this year, including the new winner of the renowned sustainability award.
For many fashion experts, buying less and wearing more is key, especially at a time when millions of items of clothing are sent to landfill every year.
It's not all so bleak... A round-up of May's positive news concerning the environment and the world of sustainability.
Jewelry and Watches
In conversation with Hannah Davis, Wolf & Moon’s creative director and designer.
Jewelry and Watches
Labels with a strong moral and eco-friendly background that are honest about their supply chains.
Packaging for the range will be made of recycled materials.
Everyone is flocking to the same shop, to buy the same dress. But what's so special about it?
Our exclusive interview with Madeline Petrow on MAMOQ, her one-stop ethical pop up.
The luxury fashion house is joining its contemporaries in making this historic decision after years of lobbying.
The new website will stock 1,000 items by more than 10 brands when it launches this summer
The american singer-actress is venturing into the world of sustainability with a new collection that will keep our oceans clean.
Art and Design
These independent florists make it easy to keep your garden green in more ways than one.
A new sustainability move from Farfetch towards recycling accessories.
The destination of the super rich showcases sustainable fashion in this year's fashion week.
Trends show men generally prefer to do their research before a purchase and find value in brands that have provenance and transparency in how they source and manufacture their products.
The Resolution Store, Vinted, Depop… re-sale, pre-loved and recycled clothing is cool again.
The Mongolian cashmere label with sustainability at its core.
Owner of Gucci, Balenciaga and Yves Saint Lauren to collaborate with the French government to make luxury fashion more sustainable