#ICYMI: New footwear label challenges the perception of nude, PETA buys stakes in LVMH and Scandi brand labels all garments in men’s and women’s sizes
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New footwear label Kahmune makes nude heels in 10 different colours, embracing the multi-coloured naked reality beyond beige. (ELLE UK)
Last week, animal charity PETA bought more company shares to pressure fashion not to use exotic animal skins – this time in luxury conglomerate LVMH. (Independent)
Challenging the conventional gender departments, Stockholm-based HOPE are now labelling all their garments with both men’s and women’s sizes. (HOPE)
Homeless-scouted model Lorna Tucker is set to launch two documentaries this year in support of homeless charity Centrepoint and those who have nowhere else to turn. (ELLE UK)
In a new 13-minute film, Patagonia delves into the human consequences of fashion’s profit-first business model, showing how purchasing decisions can affect the lives of workers around the world. (Ecouterre)
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