Tid kvar —

Högsta bud —

In Case You Missed It keeps you up to date with news at the intersection of style and sustainability.

Investigations into independent Californian garment factories have found workers making clothes for Forever21 at a rate of $4 per hour, and flaws in the system which shield the retailer from any legal responsibility. (Cosmopolitan)

In protest of the Trump administration, designer Sophie Theallet (who made clothes for and inspired by Michelle Obama) urges her clothes making peers to refuse to dress First Lady Melania. (Refinery29)

Following their ventures into ocean waste and recycled plastic, Adidas has just revealed their first performance shoe made from 100% biodegradable, artificial spider silk. (Ecouterre)

An American woman found the body of a dead mouse sewn into the hem of a dress she bought from Zara, raising questions about the working conditions down the retailer’s supply chain. (Dazed)

At least 13 workers died in a leather factory workshop fire in New Delhi and eight more were critically injured, suggesting that garment worker safety still has a long way to go. (Reuters)

In Case You Missed It is a regular feature helping you keep up to date with news and events at the intersection of style and sustainability.


No Comments

Related reading

Life — 18 June, 2018

Journal du Thé – the New Publication on Contemporary Tea Culture

Johanna Tagada and Tilmann S. Wendelstein explore ‘tea as a symbol for togetherness’.

Life — 17 June, 2018

Our Ultimate Guide to Eco-Friendly Vacations

We've listed our best tips for eco-friendly and climate conscious vacationing.

Life — 12 June, 2018

Make it last Playlist June: Take Time To Talk

James Blake recently spoke about the strength of opening up and allowing oneself to be vulnerable. He opens this month’s Make it last playlist.

Life — 10 June, 2018

Bukowskis Now Offers a Curated Selection of Vintage Objects at Fixed Prices

Swedish auction house Bukowskis is launching a direct buy category with a carefully curated selection of vintage objects.