FASHION ARTICLES
WHAT SHOULD FASHION BE IN THE FUTURE?

24th January, 2020

Clothing label Carcel opens Copenhagen Fashion Week without models or clothes, instead inviting guest to step onto the catwalk and change the industry together.

AS CLIMATE CRISIS HITS TIPPING POINT, FASHION COMES TO DAVOS. BUT IS IT ENOUGH?

24th January, 2020

Leaders from big fashion brands descended on the World Economic Forum for the first time with the climate crisis top of mind. But the elephant in the room was the fundamental tension between sustainability and growth.

BIGGEST TEXTILE POLLUTING NATIONS IN THE EU LISTED;
UK RANKED 4TH WORST

23th January, 2020

15 nations in the EU creating the most textile pollution have been listed in a new study, with Italy, Portugal, Austria and the UK named the biggest culprits.

WORLD'S CONSUMPTION OF MATERIALS HITS RECORD 100BN TONNES A YEAR

22th January, 2020

The amount of material consumed by humanity has passed 100bn tonnes every year, a report has revealed, but the proportion being recycled is falling.

HOW FASHION CAN AVOID BLOWING UP THE PARIS CLIMATE AGREEMENT

16th January, 2020

A historically conservative industry has made tentative moves to improve sustainability but hard conversations around values are only just beginning.

"THE CLOTHING INDUSTRY IS A DISGRACE"

13th January, 2020

Jonathan Porritt speaks to Safia Minney.

WHAT IS THE FUTURE OF FASHION? PEOPLE ARE GOING TO BUY LESS AND THINK MORE.

9th January, 2020

Bazaar's fashion director Avril Mair weighs in.

WHAT DOES FASHION'S TOP TREND SPOTTER THINK WE'LL BE WEARING IN TH 2020S.

8th January, 2020

Li Edelkoort is prized by brands for her ability to predict customers’ desires. In the next decade she says we will care less about perfect clothes than a fairer world .

THE 20 FIRMS BEHIND A THIRD OF ALL CARBON EMISSIONS

9th October, 2019

New data shows how fossil fuel companies have driven climate crisis despite industry knowing dangers.

THE HEAT IS ON OVER THE CLIMATE CRISIS.

18th May, 2020

Only radical measures will work.