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

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)

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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