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Wasted Fashion: 1/3 Of All Clothing In Hong Kong Wardrobes Never Worn

3 Mins Read A new study commissioned by Hong Kong-based environmental nonprofit Redress has revealed that a third of clothing in Hongkongers’ wardrobes are never or rarely worn. The research also found that two in five consumers in the city keep their clothes for one year or even less, highlighting the severity of the throwaway culture in Hong […]

Mulberry Pledges To End Use Of Exotic Animal Materials

3 Mins Read British luxury fashion brand Mulberry has announced that they will stop using any exotic animal materials going forward. While consumer interest in animal-free lines have been steadily rising in recent years, the latest move comes amidst the pandemic, which has spotlighted the dangers of the wild and exotic animal trade in particular.  As more consumers […]

Fashion Revolution Week 2020: How To Join To Protect People & The Planet

3 Mins Read Fashion Revolution, a campaign for clean, safe, sustainable and fair fashion, will soon be hosting its annual Fashion Revolution Week. Held on April 20 – 26, the week will focus on global collective action to hold fashion industry stakeholders accountable for their role in social and environmental injustice. This year, Fashion Revolution is demanding collective […]

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 […]