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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.
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.
As the issue of plastic pollution and micro-plastics moves into the spotlight, Drapers speaks to industry insiders to find out more on how fashion is contributing to the problem and what can be done to start the clean-up.
Levi Strauss & Co is automating its denim finishing process to become more responsive to customer trends and reduce its environmental impact.
Kering and London College of Fashion have partnered to launch an open-access online course in sustainable luxury fashion.
Brand house Kering has been named the most sustainable textile, apparel and luxury goods corporation in the Corporate Knights’ Global 100 index.
Clothes must be designed differently, worn for longer and recycled much more to prevent huge amounts of waste in the textile industry, a new report has argued.
Lindex has launched an environmentally-friendly denim range that uses less water in its creation process.
M&S’s menswear team has launched a recycled wool blend suit for autumn 17.
Swedish streetwear brand Cheap Monday has vowed to use eco-friendly materials in all of its menswear and womenswear ranges by autumn 18.
H&M’s non-profit foundation is kicking off the third round of its annual Global Change Award, a €1m (£902m) grant and coaching initiative designed to encourage “innovative” sustainability.
House of Fraser has opened its first sustainable store at the Rushden Lakes shopping and leisure complex in Northamptonshire.
The debate over how to eradicate poor employment practices in some UK factories flared up again this week, prompting retailers and manufacturers to call for more support from the government.
A group of international brands, retailers and other stakeholders have come together to form a new cross-industry coalition that will promote sustainable cotton.
Fashion firms, industry associations and regulators must collaborate and innovate on an “unprecedented scale” to drive significant improvements in the supply chain, the authors of a new report have argued.
The Ethical Fashion Forum (EFF) is launching an online sourcing database that ranks firms with strong sustainability credentials higher in its search results.
London College of Fashion students Cindy Liberman and Faith Lees are set to start a crowdfunding campaign for their new sustainable lingerie label, Lara Intimates.