Sustainable must also be commercialSubscription
The industry has a responsibility to make sustainability commercial, says Jack Ostrowski, managing director of sustainable solutions consultancy Yellow Octopus.
Kering: 'Don’t use the word sustainability'Subscription
Unlocking communication has been the key for the current global mindset shift around sustainability, Kering director of sustainability Michael Beutler argued at today’s Drapers Sustainable Fashion Forum.
Cracking the green supply chain conundrumSubscription
At Drapers Sustainable Fashion 2019, three experts in sustainability shared the challenges that brands and businesses can face as they seek to engage with or create a clean, green and sustainable supply chain.
Three customer benefits from sustainabilitySubscription
Consumers can benefit from buying sustainable fashion, but they need to be made aware of the advantages, leading industry experts argued today.
Four lessons for the future of circular fashionSubscription
The development of circular fashion and closed loop production are hot topics in the area of sustainability. At Drapers Sustainable Fashion 2019, Pauline Op de Beeck, led on sustainable fashion at the Carbon Trust lead a discussion with Lenzing, Asos, Filippa K and Besteller on the developments and potential of the sector. Here are the four key lessons.
Why competition is stunting sustainable changeSubscription
Competition between brands is slowing systemic sustainability progress in the fashion industry, the chief executive of non-profit organisation Forum for the Future, Sally Uren, told delegates at today’s Drapers Sustainable Fashion Forum.
Focusing on systemic change and partnering with experts is the key to building a more sustainable cashmere industry, Burberry’s responsibility programme director Jocelyn Wilkinson argued at the Drapers Sustainable Fashion event today.
Adidas's creative solution to plastic pollutionSubscription
Encouraging awareness through collaboration and creative thinking are central to solving fashion’s sustainability crisis, Adidas told Drapers Sustainable Fashion 2019.
Mary Creagh, chair of the House of Commons environmental audit committee, has said sustainability should be top of the fashion industry’s agenda, and a fundamental requirement for business.
Beth Butterwick, chief executive of Karen Millen and Coast, has unveiled her plans to re-invent the two brands.