Suzanne Lehrer Dumaine's bodega, prepared-foods all-day café and bar opens today.
The brands continue to butt heads over whether a distinctive design is protectable trade dress or simply a revived trend.
Three of Anders Holch Povlsen's four children were killed in the bombings that have left at least 290 dead.
Fashion is becoming a dirty word, and the revolution is beginning in the streets with Extinction Rebellion.
Okapi, the accessories label founded by Hanneli Rupert, primarily works with ostrich skins and employs a new, sustainable farm-to-shop floor approach by producing locally, and only using byproducts of the food industry.
A growing number of young brands are putting sustainability at the center of their business models. As part of WWD’s special Earth Day coverage, here are 12 emerging green designers: 1. Ali Grace Background: Grace, a New York City-based jewelry designer, has been handmaking jewelry from the age of eight, selling to luxury retailer A’maree’s by the age of 13. Aesthetic: Handcrafted in New York, each style reflects a hybrid urban/coastal aesthetic, with sculptural, organic textures expressed in clean metals. Sustainable goals: Continue to manufacture locally in New York and to continue down a path of “no new mining,” even as the business grows employing all recycled metals that have already been developed and repurposed. Achievements to date: Sculptural treasures made of recycled 14-karat gold and sterling silver and ethically mined diamonds and gemstones, sold at luxury stores including Barneys and A’maree. Advice for others: “Be prepared to work hard and pour your heart into your brand. Constantly challenge yourself. Remain true to you and your vision. Know your audience.“ Sustainability hero or role model: Stella McCartney. Biggest challenge/hurdle to surmount: Getting products in front of stores that appreciate sustainable goods. 2. Matek, Abigail Stern A look from Abigail Stern’s collection as seen on Lindsey Wixson. Courtesy of Matek Background: Abigail Stern grewRead More...
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On April 10 and 11, the denim fair hosted its first edition since applying a list of standards for exhibitors across categories such as corporate social responsibility, chemical usage and environmental policies.
These brands are championing sustainability, embracing new technologies and leading change.
The RealReal invests in a new tool to motivate consumers.
Around 90 percent is paid by British taxpayers.
Eco-expert Marci Zaroff on cultivating fashion’s future.
Sustainability is a prevailing topic with fashion executives, but consumers need pragmatic advice — not statistics — to take action.
The brand also plans to launch UV and blue light products and a men’s skin-care line.
The measure fits into the country’s broader roadmap for a circular economy.
A young Berlin-based software company has ambitious plans to change the world, by connecting European garment makers, customers and recyclers, all in one online system.
He’s also prepping his first sneaker, and plans to spin some wild tales around his collections.
The label's optimistic take on athleticwear will be available for purchase at Urban Outfitters.
Backed by C Ventures, the Chinese edition of the style magazine is set to launch in late August 2019 with local partner Yoho!.