Ganni to phase out leather, will use plant-based alternatives

The company has a popular and profitable leather offer but brand founder Nicolaj Reffstrup said that using and selling leather will “soon be as outdated as smoking on TV”.The company… Read more

Harry Rosen launches garment bag recycling program with TerraCycle

While many retailers utilize garment bags made from recycled materials, the new program will go a step further by ensuring that these bags are given a second life, and are… Read more

H&M makes a statement with eco-focused designs on Fashion Awards red carpet

The Swedish fashion retail giant enjoyed the endorsement of a number of celebrities, headed by Irina Shayk, who wore a chestnut-brown dress with sequins made from 100% recycled plastic bottle… Read more

Berghaus unveils ‘Repairhaus’ as it champions repair over replace

Despite product that’s been engineered to be “durable” and “long-lasting”, nothing lasts forever. So Berghaus has launched ‘Repairhaus’, a new campaign to “champion repairing over replacing”.Promoted through a “sustained” digital… Read more

India’s ambitious plan to help small businesses does little to save them

Businesses from textiles to sports goods and furniture are shuttered or working at a bare minimum, and cows roam streets that would be normally packed with workers and vehicles.Prime Minister… Read more

Bremont is named Official Timekeeper for Henley Royal Regatta

As Official Timekeeper, Bremont will build a custom hand held chronograph for the event’s umpires as well as other official event clocks. An important data in the British sporting summer… Read more

Jeanologia and Anish India Exports launch women-led 100% sustainable garment finishing plant

 Jeanologia and AIE’s 5.Zero plant is the world’s first eco-efficient operational centre fully managed by women, the businesses announced in a press release. The initiative aims to simultaneously ameliorate the… Read more