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Billionaire heiress launches sustainable fashion label

Billionaire heiress launches sustainable fashion label

Billionaire heiress launches sustainable fashion label. A young wealthy billionaire from China is launching her own sustainable fashion company to prove that the fashion business can be both environmentally sustainable and profitable. Veronica Chou comes from a family who have made over €2 billion euro through their investments in companies like Michael Kors and Tommy …

Rachel Irwin taking sustainable fashion to new heights NI

Rachel Irwin taking sustainable fashion to new heights

Rachel Irwin taking sustainable fashion to new heights. Northern Ireland teenager swaps farm for catwalk with eco-friendly fashion designs. Armagh fashion designer Rachel Irwin will take to the catwalk in the Guildhall in Derry this Wednesday. This 17-year old talented designer will show off her latest sustainable fashion designs as part of the Derry City’s …

Amazon accused of selling clothes from blacklisted factories

Amazon accused of selling clothes from blacklisted factories

Amazon accused of selling clothes from blacklisted factories On-line goods retailer, Amazon have landed themselves in hot water over a news article claiming that vendors on their website are buying clothing from black-listed factories. In a report published by The Wall Street Journal on the 23rd October 2019, they claim e-tail juggernaut offers a “steady …

Fashion sustainable Irish gift ideas for Christmas

Fashion sustainable Irish gift ideas for Christmas

Fashion sustainable Irish gift ideas for Christmas. We know Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year, but it can also be a wasteful time – the gifts, the excess packaging and gift wrap. But it doesn’t have to be that way thanks to four companies aiming to make your Christmas more sustainable. 53 …

Adidas launch take back old fashion scheme

Adidas launch take back old fashion scheme

Adidas launch take back old fashion scheme. German sportswear company, Adidas is launching a scheme where customers can return their unwanted garments in return for Adidas vouchers. This new initiative is targeted at addressing the growing problem of waste generated by the fashion industry. Adidas who will partner with London-based start-up Stuffsr, are asking consumers …

Puma to launch recyclable swimwear collection

Puma to launch recyclable swimwear collection

Puma to launch recyclable swimwear collection. German sports brand, Puma have announced they are set to launch their new range of swimwear. Their new swimwear range will cater for both men and women and will launch in February 2020. Puma have confirmed that their new swimwear range will cater for the committed hobby athlete and …

California is the first American state to ban fur

California is the first American state to ban fur

California is the first American state to ban fur. California in the US has become the first US state in American to ban the sale of animal fur products. Governor, Gavin Newsom signed legislation last Friday that now makes it illegal to sell, donate or even manufacture new fur products for sale in the state. …

Net-a-Porter launch sustainable fashion store

Net a Porter launch sustainable fashion store

Net-a-Porter launch sustainable fashion store. UK luxury sales house, Net-a-Porter this week have launched a sustainable fashion store. The UK fashion retailer introduced a “one stop shop” where customers can buy sustainable and ethical products. Net Sustain is their new platform that highlights brands which meet at least one of the business’ criteria for sustainability. …

Meghan Markle makes Sustainable Fashion statement

Meghan Markle makes Sustainable Fashion statement

Meghan Markle makes Sustainable Fashion statement. The Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle has delivered an important statement about Sustainable Fashion on her Royal Tour of Africa. 38-year old Meghan and her husband Prince William are keen supporters of sustainable fashion. On her recent trip to Africa, Meghan’s fashion choices were closely watched by the media. …

Alarming clothing statistics that can’t be ignored

Alarming clothing statistics that can’t be ignored

Alarming clothing statistics that can’t be ignored. A new piece of sustainability research that’s revealed on average UK Shoppers buy 972 items of clothing in their lifetime that they never end up wearing. Or to put it another way, Brits spend more than £36,000 (enough for a deposit on a house) on clothes they never …

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