The great outdoors are a magnet for space-starved urbanites. As outdoor wear is increasingly directional, FashionNetwork.com explored the OutDoor show to verify if mountain apparel brands are profiting from this trend.
E-tail giant Zalando has announced that it’s expanded its sustainable assortment in response to customers being “increasingly concerned about the future of our planet and wanting to make sustainable fashion choices.”
In an effort to cut down on the amount of clothing ending up in landfill, Patagonia is giving customers the option to mail-in used Patagonia clothing in exchange for purchase credit, as part of its Worn Wear program.
In the course of a decade, the Copenhagen summit has become the fashion world’s leading sustainability event. Its 2019 edition, on May 15-16, will welcome François Henri Pinault and Emanuel Chirico, among others.
The Iconic, the Australian e-retailer owned by Luxembourg-based Global Fashion Group (GFG), has launched a new feature that will allow customers to shop consciously using five different sustainability categories.
Outdoor brand Patagonia is rethinking its corporate sales program as it looks to prioritise Certified B Corporations over major tech and finance companies, despite the latter group’s infatuation with the brand’s vests.