Tag: fashion sustainability

MoClub: The top 10 premium startups to watch in 2019 in the luxury industry

via The top 10 premium startups to watch in 2019 in the luxury industry Nowadays the luxury fashion industry is facing one of the most challenging demographic transition of all times. Because of the increasingly cumbersome presence of technology and the definitive imposition of the new generation called “millennials” (which includes all people born between…

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Addressing fashion’s record around sustainability- Decoded Future

via Addressing fashion’s record around sustainability by Grace Howard Fashion’s relationship with sustainability has always been fraught; links to inherently unglamourous garb, from baggy hemp trousers to sack-like dresses, are tricky to shake off. But since the Rena Plaza factory collapse made mainstream news in 2013, shining a light on the dark side of the…

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The Future of Fashion or Virtual Couture Fashion, part 3: Sustainability in Fashion

The Future of Fashion, or Virtual Couture Fashion Sustainability in Fashion, AI4Fashion by Alizay Maniya, ELSE Corp In the past or still now, customers had to choose between being ethical shoppers or being trendy, because there were no fashionable clothing items that were made in a sustainable way. However, with the increase of knowledge in how…

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From Farm To Finished Garment: Blockchain Is Aiding This Fashion Collection With Transparency- Forbes

via forbes.com From Farm To Finished Garment: Blockchain Is Aiding This Fashion Collection With Transparency by Rachel Arthur Given the number of parties usually involved in producing a garment, transparency in the fashion industry is no small feat. From farmer to consumer, there are multiple steps along the way to create the t-shirts, jeans and…

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Sustainable Fashion and Millennials- FashionBI

via Sustainable Fashion and Millennials by Shalini Mohanty It’s the age of the rising power of millennials who are the new segment in the consumer market. Altagamma’s Consumer and Retail Insight describes them as “the new protagonists of the luxury consumer market [who] are between 18 and 34 years old: global, digitalised, optimistic, open to new…

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What’s wrong with fashion’s sustainability strategy- Glossy

via What’s wrong with fashion’s sustainability strategy by Ana Andjelic The first time you heard that 85 percent of clothing in the U.S. goes into landfills, you probably responded with outrage, resolve or disgust. Then you heard it 20 more times and habituation settled in. It calls to mind the evolving response to the Twitter outbursts of the…

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