Tag : sustainability
H&M Group outlines sustainability progress Subscription
H&M has released its Group Sustainability Performance Report 2019, which outlines the retailer’s progress towards circular and climate positive fashion.
The next textile frontierSubscription
A new wave of innovative and sustainable textiles is emerging, and manufacturers are working to scale up production for mainstream use
Drapers launches sustainability newsletter Subscription
Today Drapers is launching its new fortnightly Spotlight on Sustainability newsletter, which aims to help fashion brands, retailers and suppliers to navigate their way to a cleaner, greener future.
Global Fashion Group sets sustainability goalsSubscription
International ecommerce group Global Fashion Group, which owns websites including The Iconic, Zalora and Dafiti, has published its first sustainability report, and set targets it aims to achieve by the beginning of 2022.
Pentland Brands' sustainable journeySubscription
Pentland Brands revealed today how the business has built its sustainability strategy “from the inside out” at Drapers Sustainable Fashion 2020.
Aoife McNamara is building a womenswear brand for the modern age. Born on Instagram and driven by sustainability, Aoife Ireland is ready for big things.
Carmel McQuaid, head of sustainable business at Marks & Spencer, revealed how the high street retailer has been “shwopping” – reusing, regenerating and recycling clothing – for more than a decade, to transform fashion waste.
Price, convenience and attitudes towards eco-friendly products and services are the biggest barriers to sustainable behaviour, panellists told delegates at Drapers Sustainable Fashion 2020 today.
New rules to challenge “throwaway” cultureSubscription
New rules from the European Commission could put an end to “throwaway” culture of products that are used briefly and then binned.
How to avoid 'greenwash'Subscription
Customers are beginning to hold retailers to account when it comes to sustainability. But how can fashion retailers communicate their progress without appearing disingenuous or being accused of “greenwashing”?