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From Vogue s stop to Fashion Shoots to Sustainability at the Golden Globes

As every week, Re-new brings you fresh news to keep up with your sustainability hunger. Know your thing: from trends and inspirations to hard-core…

As every week, Re-new brings you fresh news to keep up with your sustainability hunger. 

Know your thing: from trends and inspirations to hard-core and “know-it-all” articles you will love reading.

We’ll let you judge.

Coming every week on this Read section.

The New Issue of Italian ‘Vogue’ Has Replaced Glossy Fashion Shoots With Illustrations, In Move Towards Sustainability

“This is the first time Vogue has done this since the introduction of photography in its pages in the early 20th century,”

What’s so wasteful about the magazine’s usual production? “One hundred and fifty people involved. About twenty flights and a dozen or so train journeys. Forty cars on standby. Sixty international deliveries. Lights switched on for at least ten hours non-stop, partly powered by gasoline-fueled  […]

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Our Favorite Trend From The Golden Globes Was Sustainability

[…] these influential events are used as opportunities to bring up bigger issues, whether it be through the speeches told or the outfits worn.

Last night, a number of celebrities chose to use their Golden Globes looks as political statements by recycling their dresses and suits in the name of sustainability. During a press conference after the award ceremony, Golden Globe winner Phoebe Waller-Bridge announced  […]

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Studio ALCH Takes Further Sustainable Strides for AW20

Stepping out with a sustainable focus, Studio ALCH presents their Autumn/Winter 2020 collection. 

Taking to LFWM, Studio Alch presented the lastest strides forward in their ongoing approach to developing fashion that looks to minimise its environmental impact. An approach that took centre stage during Autumn/Winter 2019 with the introduction of pieces such as  […]

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Fashion has a waste problem. These companies want to fix it

Excess fabric and unsold inventory pile up every year, and fashion brands can no longer keep it secret.


The fashion industry, responsible for 10 per cent of the world’s carbon emissions, is facing broader pressure to reduce its environmental impact, and brands are recognising the need to find more sustainable solutions for unsold items. (Burberry, for its part, banned the burning of excess goods in 2018.) Alternatives are slowly taking […]

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Billie Eilish says her new clothing line is sustainable — but what does that mean?

[…] may not realize that most of these cheap jeans, sweaters and dresses are made of polyester, a man-made fabric created with a polymer derived from petroleum.

So, will you be able to wear one of Eilish’s $34.99 oversized hoodies secure in the knowledge that it’s 100 percent recycled? Not quite. H&M is admirably transparent about the fact that not all of the sustainable fabric it orders actually makes it to their shelves intact.

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Sustainability Alerts

All You Need To Know