From PUMA s new sustainable collab to heirloom fashion
From PUMA’s new sustainable collab to heirloom fashion. Each week, Re-news brings you the latest trends and developments in sustainable fashion. Find new articles each week in the Read section.
Each week, Re-news brings you the latest trends and developments in sustainable fashion. Find new articles each week in the Read section.
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PUMA x First Mile Sustainable Sportswear Launch
PUMA has launched a partnership with First Mile to create a sustainable sportswear collection of both footwear and clothing.
First Mile is a network organization that aims to strengthen micro-economies in Haiti, Honduras, and Taiwan by collecting plastic bottles to create sustainable jobs and reduce environmental waste. First Mile turns the collected waste into recycled polyester, which is the material that Puma has used this collection.
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What Makes Sustainable Fashion?
Gabriela Hearst’s newest collection shows that fashion is only as sustainable as its staying power.
Gabriela Hearst’s newest collection at NYFW had a clear message: If you make something signature, something women love, then you have made a sustainable garment because you have made something non-disposable.
That should be the yardstick against which all else is measured. That is the difference between an heirloom and landfill. And that should be the goal of all designers all the time, whether or not they are measuring their carbon imprint or researching materials made from pineapple […]
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Diesel Debuts An Upcycled Demin Collection At Milan Fashion Week
The 42-year-old Italian brand famed for its denim is launching “Diesel Upcycling For” a biannual collection that will use Diesel’s dead-stock, old prototypes and leftover materials.
For transparency, every item in the collection will have a QR code that can be scanned, providing customers with a photographic timeline of all the processes used. “It’s a matter of education – once we have that we can make the right choices,” says Rosso, Diesel Sustainability Ambassador and Upcycling Artistic Director.
Read more at Vogue.com ->
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Cover image: PUMA, Sies Marjan, fall 2020 Credit Jeenah Moon for The New York Times