As VP of sustainability and operations at LA based brand Reformation, Kathleen Talbot is leading their efforts of trying to “clean up” the industry by introducing fashion with a much lower—and precisely calculated—environmental impact.

“There’s a growing conversation about the impact that fashion has on the environment and on people around the world. Sustainable fashion is quickly going from niche to best practice, and I feel really optimistic about the future we’ll create together. As a sustainable, mission-driven brand, Reformation is embracing the challenge to engage in this movement, and keep pushing for transformational changes in how we make clothes.

Fashion is the third-largest polluting industry in the world. We want to be a part of solutions to clean that up, whether that’s helping to develop new closed-loop fibers, or innovating more-efficient dye practices. We’re seeing brands big and small take a serious look at more sustainable supply chains, and thankfully that’s making more of these innovations available.”

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