Companies have their roles cut out at the organisational level itself to be able to push for a transformational change towards circularity, says Amina Razvi, Executive Director, Sustainable Apparel Coalition
More collaboration is the need of the hour for the much fragmented textiles and clothing supply chain, affirms Han Bekke, President, International Apparel Federation
Innovation is woven into the fabric of the fashion industry, giving it a tremendous
advantage over staid industrial actors in navigating the shift to a circular economy, says Nicole Rycroft, Founder-Executive Director, Canopy Planet
Putting suppliers at the centre of policies is how brands get to improve sustainability before it’s too late, urges Jeroen Douglas, Executive Director, Solidaridad Network
The circular economy is not just a goal; it is in fact a means towards a better world. This means a roadmap, and the Indian textiles and apparel industry surely needs one, implores Naresh Tyagi, Chief Sustainability Officer...
In a world where sustainability is climbing up social and political agendas, fashion’s
huge environmental footprint is very off-trend. If we fail to address environmental damage at a systemic level—starting with fibres—our industry risks going ...
The nature of a circular economy makes trust and collaboration crucial,
because each part of the value chain is connected, contends Huub van Beijeren, CEO, Stahl
The rich handloom and handmade heritage of India offer innumerable lessons on how textiles and apparel can tread a sustainable and circular path, cites Iti Tyagi, Founder, Craft Village
Communities have practised sustainability and circularity across the world, long before the terms came into fashion. Teleica Kirkland, Creative Director at the
Costume Institute of the African...
The debate whether luxury brands should embrace a rental / consignment strategy continues, says William D’Arienzo, Founder-CEO, WDA Brand Strategies
The global fashion industry has an opportunity to create large-scale
environmental and social change for millions if it moves in the right direction, feels Benjamin Itter, CoFounder-CEO, Lebenskleidung
Footwear can indeed walk the sustainable path. Six years after they set out, two brothers - Hrvoje and Domagoj Boljar - have produced sneakers that are made of 97% natural material. They recount their story.
Circularity offers us an opportunity to reimagine the brand-consumer relationship—let's make the most of it, exhorts Laxmi Haigh, Scientific Writer, Circle Economy
Luxury brands need to redefine themselves to make sustainability a competitive advantage, emphasises Daniel Langer, CEO, Equite
Finalists of the last edition of the Redress Design Award, the world’s largest sustainable fashion design competition, talk to Subir Ghosh, Senior Independent Journalist, about circularity.