By Jennifer Dobrowolski
From Rihanna’s Vegan Collection to Cartier’s $1 Million Female Entrepreneur Award
Each week, Re-news brings you fresh information about the latest trends and breakthroughs in sustainable fashion. Find new content every week on our Read page. Share this post and spread the word (we need more sustainable fashion in this world). Rihanna’s Vegan Capsule Collection Is Finally Here The American singer has just launched an ultra-chic ‘vegan leather’ […]
Each week, Re-news brings you fresh information about the latest trends and breakthroughs in sustainable fashion. Find new content every week on our Read page. Share this post and spread the word (we need more sustainable fashion in this world).
Rihanna’s Vegan Capsule Collection Is Finally Here
The American singer has just launched an ultra-chic ‘vegan leather’ collection for her FENTY line.
The first to wear pieces of Rihanna’s vegan leather fashion was Bella Hadid, this past March, during Paris Fashion Week. Rihanna’s vegan capsule collection includes jackets, trousers, skirts and much more. Part of the FENTY label, this limited edition collection proves that, finally, vegan fashion is getting celebrity attention. Create an account and get notified when FENTY drops on Renoon.
Read more on WTVOX.com
Meet the masterminds of sustainable fashion and lifestyle Malaysian brands
From Earth Heir to Biji Biji, we talk to the masterminds behind Malaysian sustainable fashion and lifestyle brands.
This month of April, we want to pull your focus to get acquainted with the local sustainable fashion and lifestyle Malaysian brands whose creations promise to make you feel as good as they look.
From Earth Heir who works with over 100 craftspeople sourced through women’s cooperatives, indigenous tribes and refugee groups to Biji Biji who upcycles materials collected into renewed fashion collections and products, here are four amazing masterminds behind these brands.
Read about them on L’OFFICIEL.com
Cartier’s Women’s Initiative Is Awarding $1 Million To Female Entrepreneurs: Here Are All The Finalists
One of the largest fashion-funded competitions between female entrepreneurs has just announced its shortlist — and the candidates are as strong as you’d expect.
Each year, for the past 14 years, the Cartier Women’s Initiative selects 21 enterprises (in the fashion industry and beyond) with socially conscious roots, using their business models to solve problems and close white spaces in their global community. This year, Cartier’s awarding more than $1 million to female entrepreneurs through the initiative, including several subsequent cash prizes for winners at the laureate and runner-up levels.
Get to know the finalists on thezoereport.com
Cover image: AMO & FENTY