#ICYMI: The designer gender imbalance continues, PETA taps Alicia Silverstone in campaign against the wool industry and Benetton unveils a conscious designer collaboration
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Adidas has released a limited edition run of its 3D printed running shoes, marking the first time that the brand has made shoes produced with the resource-savvy technology available for sale. (Dezeen)
Benetton has unveiled their first-ever designer collaboration with Italian-Haitian Armani protégé Stella Jean, centred around diversity, artisan craft and recycled materials. (InStyle)
Body-positive teen model Barbie Ferreira hit her 370,000+ Instagram followers after posting a picture of her stretchmarks embracing the idea that skin “flaws” like these should be celebrated rather than hidden. (Cosmopolitan)
PETA continues their cult “I’d Rather Go Naked” celebrity campaign against the use of animal produce for fashion, this time tapping Alicia Silverstone and the wool industry. (Fashion United)
A new analysis on the four major fashion weeks highlights the continued gender inequality within the industry, as only 40% of womenswear brands are led by female designers. (Business of Fashion)
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