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Galy’s Lab-Grown Cotton Joins Fashion For Good’s New Sustainability Initiative

4 Mins Read In a recent announcement, Galy that grows cotton from cells instead of plants has joined the global sustainability initiative Fashion For Good for its new virtual exhibition titled ‘GROW’ that will showcase the future of fashion and its new alternative materials. Boston-based Galy has joined Amsterdam-based The Fashion for Good Museum in its latest virtual and […]

Levi’s Unveils Latest Campaign ‘Buy Better, Wear Longer’ To Encourage Sustainable Fashion Production Practices

4 Mins Read Recently, American denim brand Levi’s launched a new campaign ‘Buy Better, Wear Longer’ that features Jaden Smith, Xiye Bastida, Melati Wijsen, and Marcus Rashford among others, to raise awareness about the environmental impacts of the apparel industry. The multi-platform global ad campaign titled ‘Buy Better, Wear Longer’ focuses on creating quality clothing that lasts for generations by […]

Patagonia Will No Longer Show Corporate Logos On Its Clothing

3 Mins Read Outdoor apparel brand and environmental pioneer Patagonia recently announced that it won’t be adding any additional corporate logos to its products to prevent its gear from ending up in landfills. Known for its green credentials and its sustainability-driven mission, Patagonia will completely ditch corporate logos in its future clothing products in order to make their clothes […]

Second Hand Fashion Is Taking Over The World, From Thrift To Preloved Luxury

4 Mins Read Global charity Oxfam has recently launched their #SecondHandSeptember campaign, calling on people to join the pledge to say no to new clothing for 30 days. Having been reusing and reselling clothes since 1948, the NGO has declared that secondhand is the answer to sustainable fashion, helping to sound the alarm on the environmental impact of […]