Organized by Re-Fresh Global and Circular Berlin, the first-ever German-Israeli Circular Textiles Business Matchmaking Showroom will take place in a hybrid format: online and at Expo Tel Aviv on the 17th of June 2021. Nowadays, the fashion industry is facing three considerable

The apparel industry is perhaps the oldest and most important industry in the economic history of the western world. In fact, unidentified bird bones have been found to be used as sewing needles as early as 50,000 BC. Throughout history, humanity

Uniqlo’s philosophy is based on timeless basics that survive trends and last for years. Sorted in attractive colour gradients, the brand proposes a modern approach to fashion through a simplified wardrobe that satisfies our everyday needs. From that perspective, it

Celebrated in her native Somalia as the Queen of Tie Dye, Nimco Adam has designed for a myriad of fast-fashion companies in the past and has recently become a pioneer of global sustainable fashion efforts. In 2020, the business woman

Some brands claim to be sustainable but not all of their products meet the same criteria and transparency gaps abound. How can the average consumer make the right decisions? Today’s USD 3 trillion fashion industry offers eco-minded consumers a plethora of sustainable and

Editor's Note: This article is by Leila Yim Surratt the Director of Strategy and Engagement at P4G. P4G is a global initiative that accelerates pioneering market-based partnerships to unlock investment opportunities that can advance progress on the Sustainable Development Goals. Progress

Despite the world coming to a standstill, 2020 has been a year of innovation when it comes to sustainability and equality for brands. We have interviewed Emily S. Ewell, co-founder and CEO of Pantys, to find out how the Brazil-based

According to the International Labour Organization (ILO), the COVID-19 crisis is affecting millions of jobs in the global garment industry. An International Textile Manufacturers (ITMF) survey of 700 companies worldwide revealed that globally, orders dropped by 31 % on average. In

The fast fashion business model, first developed in the early 2000s is responsible for the increase in consumer demand for high quantities of low-quality clothing. Many fashion products are now being designed and made specifically for short-term ownership and premature

We have yet to estimate the real damage from the COVID-19 crisis on the fashion industry, but it is already clear to all involved stakeholders that the entire international textile supply chain has been hit extremely hard, putting the survival

Can we ever really know if the clothing we buy was ethically produced from end to end? Increasing interest in transparency and traceability throughout supply chains has focused attention on the entire garment life cycle. Regretfully, most brands still lack

The Editorial Board feels very strongly about the words written by Camille Rainville in her piece titled "Be A Lady They Said".  We asked her to republish it here with us. This Editorial note is to celebrate her work by taking

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