05 May 2020

HARPERS BAZAAR – Mulberry bans exotic skins from future collections

By Ella Alexander The brand already operated a fur-free policy Mulberry has banned all exotic skins from future collections, following years of pressure from animal rights group PETA. The luxury label, which already has a fur-free policy, has vowed to never again use the skins of alligators, crocodiles, ostriches, lizards, or snakes in its designs. […]

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23 Apr 2020

EVENING STANDARD – ReBurberry Edit: Burberry launches eco capsule collection and new green eco clothing tags for Earth Day

by Chloe Street To celebrate World Earth Day, the British brand has created an edit of its SS20 collection made from recycled and bio-based materials Burberry today launches new pistachio-coloured clothing tags listing the sustainable credentials of the item of clothing to which they belong. The tags will initially feature on a selection of products […]

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22 Apr 2020

VOGUE – Burberry Is Launching Trench Coats Made From Recycled Fishing Nets

by Alice Cary In ‘Get Your Greens’, an ongoing series in line with the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, British Vogue explores how the industry is advancing towards a greener future. Seeking ways to reboot your classic Burberry trench coat? Now, you can take it in nylon developed from castor oil and a polyester yarn […]

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22 Apr 2020

WWD – Burberry to Introduce Sustainability Labels to Its Products

by Fiona Ma To mark the roll out, Burberry will also re-create a capsule of 26 looks using eco-friendly materials. LONDON — Burberry is rolling out new labeling across all key product categories in a bid to show how each product is meeting certain sustainability requirements. The rollout of the labeling coincides with the launch […]

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22 Apr 2020

GQ MAGAZINE – Did Burberry just own Earth Day?

by Teo van den Broeke The British company today unveils two key new steps in its sustainability programme – including an innovative new labelling scheme and a sexy, entirely sustainable capsule collection of 26 essential piece It’s a tough time for fashion companies. With the Covid-19 outbreak having hit China and Italy – the dual […]

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06 Apr 2020

GLAMOUR – The Queen and Meghan Markle are officially(!) the world’s biggest sustainable fashion influencers right now

by Charlie While we may all look to the Duchess of Cambridge as one of the most stylish women in the British monarchy, it seems she may not be alone. In fact, when it comes to the concept of conscious fashion in particular, it is Meghan Markle and the Queen that have officially landed themselves […]

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06 Apr 2020

VOGUE – The Queen Is Officially A Conscious Fashion Influencer

by Alice Cary When it comes to her wardrobe, the Queen’s green leanings are not limited to her famously bold colour palette (the Stabilo green suit she wore for her 90th birthday celebrations will go down in royal fashion history). Her Majesty’s choices are increasingly conscious, as well as colourful, and it seems that where […]

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26 Mar 2020

GRAZIA – The New H&M Conscious Collection Is Here – And It’s The Little Bit of Escapism We Need Right Now

by Natalie Hammond It’s never too early to buy your summer 2021 wardrobe. Now feels like a strange time for online shopping, but if all you can think about is reemergence later this year, H&M’s new Conscious collection is an excellent starting point. This spring’s range, which dropped online today and already has a few […]

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26 Mar 2020

FASHIONISTA – From Waldorf to Wetsuits: the ghost fashion designer of ‘gossip girl’ now makes sustainable swimwear

by Dara Prant From Waldorf to Wetsuits: the ghost fashion designer of ‘gossip girl’ now makes sustainable swimwear Fashionista first wrote about Abigail Lorick over a decade ago, when she was the ghost-designer behind Eleanor Waldorf’s fictional line on “Gossip Girl.” We meticulously covered her pencil skirts and Upper East Side accoutrements on the show, […]

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25 Mar 2020

INTERIORS+SOURCES – Furniture Company noho Launches in U.S. with Eco-friendly, Flexible Furniture

By Adrian Thompson A 2018 study published in Scientific Reports found that 46% of the plastic waste in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch—the giant waste gyre between California and Hawaii—came from fishing nets. To reduce and recover waste like this found in the oceans, companies are rethinking the materials they use to create interior design […]

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18 Feb 2020

SOURCING JOURNAL – ECONYL®Regenerated Nylon Hit the NYFW Runway in Jonathan Cohen Collection

By Arthur Friedman Designer Jonathan Cohen embraced the environmental properties of Econyl nylon to create his Fall/Winter 2020 capsule collection. Shown at New York Fashion Week, the collection is meant to promote and symbolize zero-waste design and is an expression of integrating the beauty of nature with premium fashion. “We believe it is vital for […]

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16 Feb 2020

GRAZIA – So, What Exactly Is Happening At London Fashion Week?

By Natalie Hammond The second port of call on the whistle-stop tour of fashion capitals is our very own London. The design talent, which spans the heritage houses like Burberry and the new guard of fashion agitators like Matty Bovan, has become famous for its innovative spirit and, this season, its willingness to think more […]

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