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The founders of ethical womenswear brand Beulah, Natasha Rufus Isaacs and Lavinia Brennan, talk to Drapers about building their brand and launching their new, Chelsea store.
Ethical footwear brand Toms has teamed up with Disney for a collaboration that celebrates “princess power”.
John Lewis is launching a pilot scheme which will allow customers to sell unwanted clothing back to the retailer.
Marks & Spencer has announced that over three quarters of its cotton has been sourced from sustainable methods for the first time.
Manny Kohli, president and owner of Canadian vegan accessories brand Matt and Nat, talks to Drapers about veganism, sustainability and pioneering future fabrics.
Exhibitors at newly rebranded London sourcing event Make it British Live reported higher footfall this year prompted by greater interest in supply chain transparency.
Drapers speaks to former Burberry and Tom Ford buyer Agatha Lintott about Antibad, her newly launched sustainable and ethically focused ecommerce site.
As the industry increasingly strives to become more sustainable, the Sustainability award at this year’s Drapers Awards recognises a fashion retailer or brand that can demonstrate a corporate sustainability campaign or strategy that sets the highest standards in the market.
Online multichannel fashion brand Quiz has appointed Natasha Staddon as the firm’s ethical compliance manager.
Three quarters of fashion companies have improved their environmental and social performance over the last year, a new study has revealed.
VF Corporation’s head of sustainability, Anna Maria Rugarli, explains how the multi-billion dollar business is approaching sustainability from the ground up.
Five years on from the Rana Plaza disaster, Drapers examines whether the fashion industry has stepped up its efforts to improve supply chain transparency, and how it can benefit brands and retailers.
The Woron sisters are harnessing the power of the conscious consumer with their ethical approach to lingerie.
The thought of seeing a product line ending up in landfill spurred Misha Nonoo to launch her on-demand manufacturing process, the womenswear designer has revealed.
Trade show Pure London is launching a new section at its July event, Pure Conscious, which will be dedicated to sustainable brands.
Swedish womenswear retailer Lindex aims for 80% of garments to be made from more sustainable sources by 2020, as it introduces environmentally friendly processes across the entire supply chain.
John Lewis Partnership published its annual report yesterday, following up from its results last month, when it reported a drop in pre-tax profits to 62.7% for the 12 months to 27 January.
Adidas and Reebok have been named as the brands with the most transparent supply chains, according to the latest report from lobby group Fashion Revolution.
Burberry and the Royal College of Art (RCA) have appointed professor Sharon Baurley as chair of the Burberry Material Futures Research Group.
New product lines and store openings from H&M as well as improvements from Next and Matalan have stoked a 128% increase in the number of sustainable womenswear products online in the UK, according to new research from WGSN.
Drapers speaks to retailers about the British Retail Consortium’s drive to make the retail industry more sustainable by 2030.
With new styles for autumn 18, Parisian trainer brand Veja is satisfying ethical consumers’ desire for stylish sneakers
Asos is co-hosting an event at the House of Lords with Baroness Lola Young today to identify and address risks in the clothing sector.
Sustainable brand People Tree won Drapers’ CSR Award in 2017. Managing director Melanie Traub explains the delicate balancing act between being ethical and being fashion forward
The BRC has launched an action plan to advance sustainability, development and equality in the retail sector.