Denim production, we know, traditionally comes very low on the sustainability production scale, so Very Group is out to make an eco improvement to its own-brand denim partnering with Jeanolgia to do just that.
The New York-based fashion group announced the launch of its new premium denim brand on Wednesday, revealing a label combining sustainability, quality and artistic sensibility, set to make its debut in October.
Ibiza boutique Revolver has launched an own-brand collection for the first time with founders Catherine and Jean-Paul Sanchez working with British design director Cat van Baal on the trans-seasonal re:001 line.
More foreign retail brands came under criticism from social media in China on Thursday, in the wake of Beijing's propaganda offensive against H&M over the Swedish company's previously aired concerns on Xinjiang.
M&S is putting extra weight behind the sustainability credentials of its denim offer for the new season — a key move given that denim is one of its hero categories and it makes 10% of all jeans sold in Britain.
H&M is continuing to focus on its sustainability credentials with news that it’s launching a new collab swimwear collection and that it has topped a key ranking from the global non-profit Textile Exchange.
2019 has been the year in which sustainability has been the keyword for both consumers and businesses, but while progress is being made in some areas, there’s still plenty of work to do, a new report showed on Thursday.
The latest player to enter the rapidly developing fashion rental market is Swedish fast fashion giant H&M, with a deft high street collection of archival evening wear, in a concept store that opens this Friday.