Where fashion brands are celebrated for making efforts to clean up their supply chains.
On our minds is Detox Catwalk, Greenpeace’s recurring celebration of the fashion brands making the best efforts to clean up their supply chains. Especially concerned with toxic emissions caused by the fashion manufacturing process, the environmental NGO has set a goal to encourage companies to eliminate all hazardous chemicals from the supply chain by 2020. With the purpose to spread awareness and convince fashion acts – and brands with their high influence on suppliers specifically – the campaign has since its launch in 2011 had 76 international labels involved, including heavyweight high street acts Zara and H&M. With just a couple of years to the set deadline and severe transparency issues amongst participants however, Greenpeace are now pushing for stronger and faster action. Read more here.
Paid Collaboration: Transform Your Wardrobe Without Buying Anything New
One of the seven focus areas of GANT’s initiative ’The 7 Rules’ is Remake and the perks of giving old garments a second chance. Click to see how you can turn an unused sweater and a simple shirt into the most treasured garments in your wardrobe!
Brand to Watch: Tach Clothing
Hand-made in Uruguay with a vintage gone supermodern sensibility, this is Tach Clothing.
Paid Collaboration: How To Refresh and Repair Your Clothes in 10 Minutes Without Washing – with The 7 Rules by GANT
As the latest phase of The 7 Rules by GANT, we shed light on the simple yet efficient practices of Refreshing and Repairing your clothes without even having to washing them. You’ll be surprised of what difference it makes.
Paid Collaboration: My Go-To Uniqlo AIRism Pieces (And Why I Love Them So Much)
Emma Elwin wears Uniqlo AIRism for most of her everyday occasions, as they are soft on the body and keeps her cool and comfortable at the same time. Here is how she wears them.