Natalie Chanin helped pioneer the concept of locally made slow fashion in America. To secure that legacy, she’s turning her brand Alabama Chanin into a nonprofit.
Efforts to measure the environmental impact of clothes have a fatal flaw: They don’t account for overproduction, argues Beth Esponnette.
For much of the last decade, advocates for sustainable businesses have argued that reporting on ESG measures would lead to a sustainable future. It hasn’t happened, writes Kenneth Pucker.
Material choices, garment construction and manufacturing processes can make a big difference to reducing much of the polluting particles clothes shed.
The star-studded annual ceremony recognised a mix of established talent and rising stars, while also paying tribute to the late Queen Elizabeth II.