08 Jun 2019

VOGUE – This Elsa Hosk–Approved Swimwear Line Is Made From Recycled Fishing Nets

By Zoe Ruffner Agnes Fischer has always felt at one with the sea (and it’s not only because of her last name). The 29-year-old Swedish swimwear designer spent her childhood visiting St. Barth’s and snorkeling off of its crystal clear coastline with her family. Now, though, “those same coral reefs are no longer as colorful,” […]

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Fashion United ECONYL
11 Jul 2019

FASHION UNITED – Green Carpet Talent Competition names 2019 finalists

By Danielle Wightman-Stone The Green Carpet Talent Competition, which challenges emerging designers to redefine sustainability in fashion, has shortlisted five rising stars for The Franca Sozzani GCC Emerging Designer Award, which will be presented at the Green Carpet Fashion Awards in Milan on September 22. Judges scrutinised entries from 10 semi-finalists to name 5 shortlisted […]

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04 Jul 2019

VOGUE – Why We’re Crushing Big On The New Breed Of (Sustainable) Synthetics This Summer

By Osman Ahmed There’s a new clutch of synthetic fabrics light and airy enough for summer – and many come with clever sustainability credentials, too. There is no such thing as bad weather, only unsuitable clothes,” wrote the British fell-walker Alfred Wainwright. Some choices are obvious: trench coats for spring showers; cashmere for autumn winds; […]

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Living ECONYL
08 Jul 2019

LIVING – 6 items to pack in your suitcase for a sustainable beach holiday

By Lucy Wagstaffe Nowadays, we are becoming more and more conscious of the impact of our holidays on the planet. We’re moving towards booking eco-resorts, carbon offsetting when we book our flights and trying to eat local and seasonal ingredients when we eat out. But how can we ensure we’ve packed a sustainable suitcase? (…) […]

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Forbes
10 Jul 2019

FORBES – How CDLP Is Reshaping How Men Shop For Swimwear By Introducing Sustainability

By Joseph DeAcetis Now, let’s talk about swimming. Swimming is the one sport that did not start out as a playful recreation for the rich and famous. However, even though it strips you down, swimwear still manages to dress you up. In modern times, swimwear particularly offers such tremendous variety. (…) The most recent swimwear […]

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breitling
20 Jun 2019

BLOOMBERG – These Dive Watches Can Go Deep In the Ocean—And Help Save It, Too

By Mark P Bernardo A new crop of luxury timepieces brings environmental awareness, and support of ocean-related eco-charities, to haute horology. Wristwatches have been worn for diving, sailing, and other maritime activities, at least since the first waterproof watch case, the Rolex Oyster, made its debut in 1926. In more recent times, some of the […]

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Guardian Econyl
01 Jul 2019

THE GUARDIAN – Rental jeans and recycled swimsuits – six revolutionary fashion brands

By Paula Cocozza Innovative small labels are at the cutting edge of ethical fashion, and the wider industry is taking note Globally, nearly three-fifths of clothing ends up in an incinerator or landfill site within a year of being made. Shopping for clothes is no longer a harmless pastime; it is yet another painful frontier […]

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