A shop, thrift store, haberdashery, sewing workshop, café and a place to recycle pre-loved garments.
We toured a factory in Bucharest making fashion goods for luxury brands.
Yoga wear from our favourite sustainable brands
Naturally renewable and biodegradable, it is one of the most sustainable fiber available today for the fashion industry.
Milk amino acids remaining inside the textile nourish and hydrate the skin of the wearer.
Invest in fruit wear.
Twelve knitwear we like this week from a selection of sustainable, ethical or independent brands.
The environment is the biggest fashion victim of them all says TV report claiming big retailers burn unsold clothes
When Azerbaijan's carpet museum opened in Baku in 1967 it was the world's first museum of its kind and it's now a repository of Azerbaijani culture.
What's new on the African sustainable fashion scene in London
Interview with Matteo Ward, sharing a message of social consciousness through fashion.
When bespoke tailors of Savile Row come to you.
Interview with entrepreuneur Tanya Heath on her innovative shoe heel concept.
Charlotte Instone, founder of Know the Origin, shares the behind the scenes frenzy and challenges of running an ethical fashion start-up.
Three off-the-radar brands to score French style wherever you are.
Gender fluidity in fashion at the Men London Fashion Week.
Inspired by his father’s collection of vintage Hermès ties, Luca Maselli ditched the banking world for the world of bespoke neckwear.
Living leopards thanks to fake pelts
More than 350 exhibitors have been displaying their products to some 4,500 buyers from across the United States in a New York warehouse for the July edition of the Première Vision New…
Goods and technologies used for both civil and military purposes (dual-use) offer fantastic opportunities for SMEs.
Visitors to London can take a passage to India via its textiles at the Victoria and Albert Museum. The new exhibition explores the importance of
With the exception perhaps of football, there are very few major sports that are not taking advantage of the growing use of technology. Smaller and
For two centuries Borås has been Sweden’s ‘textile town’. Like many Western centres of the sector it was hit hard by a financial crisis in the early