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

Ralph Lauren are under fire after dressing new FLOTUS Melania Trump at her husband’s inauguration ceremony, with hashtag #BoycottRalphLauren appearing on Twitter. (Harper’s Bazaar)

 

Pamela Anderson returns as the face of Vivienne Westwood, this time in diffusion line Andreas Kronthaler’s campaign – a Juergen Teller-shot production all about Europe and climate change. (i-D)

 

An undercover investigation has found UK garment workers making clothes for local high street chains earning less than half of the minimum wage. (just-style)

 

Factoring in the use of water, fertiliser, and energy along the entire supply chain, a study has for the first time factored in the ecological cost of our clothing. (Ecouterre)

 

In conjunction with Stockholm Fashion Week, Velour by Nostalgi launches an eco-friendly denim range and becomes the first brand in the world to be certified with Swedish eco-label Svanen. (Fashion Week Stockholm)

 

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.


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