AMSTERDAM – A collaboration between Amsterdam Fashion Institute (AMFI), Circle Economy and Fashion for Good has led to the development of the world’s first master’s degree focused on circular fashion entrepreneurship.
Five years of Rana Plaza tragedy: Invitation to Advancing Decent Work Agenda: Departure from Rana Plaza report conducted by Action Aid Bangladesh has found that around 48 per cent of Rana Plaza survivors have been left unable to work.
PHILADELPHIA – A new type of protein-based biopolymer derived from squid, which is being used to produce programmable, thermoplastic textile fibres that are said to be stretchable, tough, recyclable and even self-healing will be one of several start-ups to pitch at the forthcoming Gre...
LONDON – At the launch of the ‘Fashioned From Nature’ exhibition at the V&A (Victoria and Albert Museum), Stella McCartney has unveiled her latest dress which has incorporated the innovative dyeing technology developed by Colorifix.
25 colleges in Germany, France, Italy, Poland, Spain and the UK are taking part in the competition which the company says is aimed at promoting sustainability as a key factor in apparel innovation among the new generation of designers.
AMSTERDAM – The opening presentations of the transparency edition of today’s Kingpins Transformers have focused on the role of cotton identification techniques that aim to achieve reliable traceability in the sector.
Published on Monday, 16 April 2018 Improved enzyme munches polyester Written by John Mowbray Details Tweet PORTSMOUTH – Scientists have successfully modified a bacterial enzyme to break down polyester more efficiently in a move that could have wide ranging implications for the plastic...
LONDON – A new app launched in the UK to help consumers recycle unwanted clothes is being supported by fashion brands and retailers such as Superdry, Asics, New Balance, boohoo and Missguided, in a bid to divert an estimated 300,000 tonnes of clothing per year from UK landfill.