An eight-story building that housed several garment factories and shops collapsed in Bangladesh on Wednesday, killing nearly 100 people and trapping scores more under the concrete rubble, according to officials and media outlets.
The Golden Spider Silk being woven; on average, 23,000 spiders yield around 1 ounce of silk ((c) Photo: John Brown, via The Telegraph) The current fashion and textile landscape is fairly limited in terms of what types of materials are being used:...
This has opened the door for local manufacturing, reuse of materials, upcycling, and sustainable fabrics. Organic cottons and wools, recycled polyester, peace silks, alpaca and bamboo are just some of the most popular ...
The term ‘circular economy’ has recently been – again – converted into a buzz word. To some extent there are a couple of good reasons for that as both common sense as well as the Ellen McArthur foundation's most recent report prove.
Responsible Attitudes In Fashion: New Study Compares Consumers vs. Industry CSRwire.com (press release) (blog) In recent research conducted during a consumer trade fair, we found that consumers are not as clueless as the industry assumes them to be.
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