Myrrhia is a contemporary women’s knitwear brand based in Oakland, California, working with locally grown and spun yarns. Inspired by friends and family, the collection fulfills a practical and fashionable niche in the knitwear market by producing local, stylish and fashion forward knit patterns, inspired by technology and space, in practical, wearable styles.
Gap is nominated for the Public Eye Awards for failing to ensure that their suppliers comply with even the most basic safety standards for the protection of their employees. Vote now! #PEAwards14
Sass Brown's insight:
Fashion giant Gap has refused to sign the binding agreement «Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh». Instead, it is actively undermining serious reform by promoting a non-binding corporate-controlled program.
Amour Vert are a women’s contemporary eco brand, who believe you shouldn’t have to sacrifice style for sustainability. With a fashion first perspective, the brand employs a zero waste design philosophy, while using organic and sustainable fabrics with low impact dyes. The lifestyle brand combines Parisian chic with California casual, to produce a sophisticated, yet laid back collection that can take you from day to night, and utilitarian to dressy, all with an undeniably French aesthetic.
Weekend Max Mara and Saluzzo Yarns recently collaborated on a Spring/Summer 2014 collection made of a special high-tech yarn called Newlife, a fiber derived from 100 percent post-consumer recycled plastic bottles.
Sass Brown's insight:
More on the Max Mara mini collection from NewLife and recycled plastic bottles
Today, 1st January 2014 sees the official launch of Fashion Revolution Day build up, a worldwide movement demanding fair treatment of workers in the garment industry the world over. One year on from the horrific disaster at Rana Plaza, the 24th April will see the culmination of the campaign to honor those that lost their lives, and in an effort to create justice and transparency in the global fashion supply chain
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