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Feel-Good Fashion Headlines for the Week of August 4

Gen Z is Driving Fashion’s “Great Awokening” Brands are rushing to make sustainability claims, from luxury giants like LVMH to fast fashion companies like Zara and H&M. What’s driving this newfound interest in all things ethical? The L.A. Times says that it’s partly the hard work of activist groups, like Fashion ...
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Feel-Good Fashion Headlines for the Week of July 22

H&M, Primark and Arcadia Back Revived UK Parliamentary Group to Transform Fashion A new All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) formed off the back of a recently shunned Environmental Audit Committee report will look to reinforce the need for transformative change across the UK’s fashion industry. The APPG’s inaugural meeting brought together major ...
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Feel-Good Fashion Headlines for the Week of July 8

Study Shows That Large-Scale Reforestation Could Massively Curb Climate Impact A new study lays out a data-driven plan for planting trees that would capture a whopping two-thirds of atmospheric carbon dioxide. This new research, conducted at a Swiss university, estimates that a worldwide planting program could remove two-thirds of all the ...
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Feel-Good Fashion Headlines for the Week of June 24

How Fashion Brands are Proving a Green New Deal Could Work Fashion is a carbon-intensive industry, responsible for an estimated 8% of all global emissions. The Green New Deal meanwhile aims to curb climate change by setting stricter standards for manufacturing, among other policy changes. Fashion brands like Allbirds, a sustainable ...
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Feel-Good Fashion Headlines From the Week of June 10

Sustainable and ethical fashion news from the week of June 9, 2019 worth celebrating. New Report: More Than Half of US, UK Shoppers Want a Sustainable Fashion Industry A new report, released by the e-commerce and retail artificial intelligence platform Nosto, found that over half of consumers in the UK and the ...
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Feel-Good Fashion Headlines from the Week of May 27

Sustainable and ethical fashion news worth celebrating this week. Teen Invents Microplastic Filtration System Using Magnetic Water Irish 18-year-old Fionn Ferreira has devised a plan to tackle microplastic pollution using magnetic liquid to remove the particles from water (read the New Fashion Initiative Microplastics Action Guide to learn more). Ferreira will share ...
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Feel-Good Fashion Headlines from the Week of May 13

Sustainable and ethical fashion news worth celebrating this week. With Fenty, Rihanna Becomes the First Woman of Color to Launch a Label at LVMH The pop star is the first woman of color to have a label under LVMH, and the first woman to start an original brand for the world's ...
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Feel-Good Fashion Headlines from the Week of April 29

Young designers are creating a sustainable identity for African fashion I-D interviews the continent’s rising talents, including Selam Fessahaye, Kenneth Ize and Ituen Basi, whose designs are based on the traditions of craftsmanship, quality and creativity that have long called all corners of the continent home. ""African fashion is finally ...
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Feel-Good Fashion Headlines from the Week of April 15

A New Online Fashion School Will Teach Sustainability for Free Simon Collins, who previously worked Nike, has co-founded WeDesign, a digital platform that houses interviews with founders, academics, and experts on all things art and design. It'll now also host content on sustainable fashion for free and will be accessible to ...
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Feel-Good Fashion Headlines From the Week of April 1

Goodwill Takes on Amazon @GoodwillIntl is developing a browser extension to direct online shoppers to pre-owned options of what they're looking for. This will help galvanize the circular economy by giving online shoppers the convenience and affordability they're looking for and could even direct shoppers away from retail ...
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