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

A Japanese environmental agency has teamed up with Japan Airlines to turn discarded garments from local chains into jet fuel, using a new kind of fermentation technology. (Inhabitat)

Liberian-born model Deddeh Howard has recreated iconic campaign images for brands like Guess and Calvin Klein (originally fronted by white models) to highlight the need for more diversity in the fashion industry. (Grazia)

British Vogue editor Alexandra Shulman has condemned fashion brands who refused to dress size 16 model Ashley Graham for the magazine’s January cover. (Independent)

Zara have been accused of using “aggressive” techniques for sidestepping EU tax through profit-shifting and non-compliance with tax rules in the markets where they operate. (Bloomberg)

A study of forced labour in fashion supply chains shows that shows that fast fashion chains are leading the way, leaving luxury brands like Prada, Ralph Lauren and Hugo Boss lagging behind. (The Guardian)

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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