Consumers of apparel and footwear are increasingly seeking out sustainable products – but those in the business still need to consider their bottom lines. Fashion collections can now be created quickly without sacrificing sustainably. Find out how in this blog post.
World events are disrupting supply chains across industries and fashion is no exception. There may not be much we can do to stop these events from happening, but there are measures we can have in place so we’re ready when they do. Read more to learn how the fashion industry can prepare itself, and why it’s so important right now.
The fashion industry is in the midst of some big changes right now – and for good reason, too. For decades, the apparel and footwear market has been laden with inefficiencies and practices that harm the Earth. Thankfully, that’s starting to change now. Here, we dig in to what’s happening when it comes to digitization in fashion today.
Trend forecaster, jean expert, and mastermind behind Denim Dudes: Amy Leverton knows what she’s talking about when it comes to denim and all that’s happening in the world of indigo. In a recent chat with Leverton, we got a glimpse of where the industry is today, and where it’s going from here. Click here for our insightful conversation.
The material supply chain is a long and convoluted labyrinth with little information available around each step and what’s come before it. On this Earth Day 2022, the theme of which is Investing In Our Planet, we’re diving into the supply chain transparency issues that surround material sourcing – and what’s being done to change them.
Water and the apparel industry have been deeply intertwined since the production of apparel first began. For thousands of years, water has been used to dye handmade materials. Now, as a tribute to the value of water on this World Water Day, we thought we’d take a look at the latest when it comes to apparel, footwear, and H2O.