How Can Companies Recycle Clothes Back Into Clothes?
Polyester is in almost all of your clothing, and it’s almost impossible to recycle. Some innovators are looking beyond turning plastic bottles into fabric.
Meet the Innovator: Ecovative
Meet the Innovator: Infinited Fiber Company
The Fashion Charter is on track to miss its key goal. What now?
In a recent report, the UN Fashion Charter said there’s still a long way to go to meet its net-zero emissions goal, and signatories are dropping. It’s raised questions about impact and accountability.
Dress made of orange peel at the GROW exhibition in Budapest
The GROW pop-up exhibition of the Fashion for Good Museum is open in Hungary until 25 March. The interactive exhibition showcases clothes and accessories made from sustainable bio-materials such as banana fibre, orange and coconut shells, and is located at the Budapest Metropolitan University. [HUNGARIAN ARTICLE]
Smart Creation, the podcast. Episode 54
In this new episode of the podcast Smart Creation, Kathleen Rademan, Director of the Innovation Platform at Fashion for Good tells us how the platform works, how it is financed, its innovative projects and the particularity of their museum.
'Truly sustainable?' Vogue's guide to sustainable fashion
What is sustainability? How is it linked to the fashion industry? And what are the essential components when we define sustainable fashion? [DUTCH ARTICLE]
What is textile processing? Understanding the fashion supply chain and its environmental impact
Fashion for Good's Newest Project with BESTSELLER, Inditex, and Reformation Prototypes Kintra Fibers' Biobased Polyester
Fashion for Good Develops a Sustainable Dyestuff Library
Fashion for Good Selects Twelve Innovators for 2023 Innovation Programme
Green is the new black as fashion sector fast-forwards on sustainability trend
Fashion companies to look at making business models more circular in a bid to reduce supply chain risks.
Can textile innovation lead the fashion industry towards a sustainable future?
Can recycled and bio-based solutions accelerate the transformation in an industry that is circular when it comes to textile production? Fashion for Good helps investigating on how sustainable the industry can become in the short term.
Why fabric fraud is so easy to hide
How can we tell if the clothes in our wardrobes really are what they claim to be? Fashion for Good mentions the insights and issues of international fabrics’ certifications along the supply chains.
Fashion for Good Sorting for Circularity Advances into the US Market
Fashion for Good launches the home-compostable polybag project
Fashion for Good launches the Home-Compostable Polybag Project, a pilot to test alternatives to conventional single-use polybags,
The vegan leather made from India’s waste flowers
Materials like 100% biodegradable Fleather from Phool, which was part of Fashion For Good’s innovation programme in 2020, stand out as a unique category.
BESTSELLER Collaborates With Biophilica In Fashion for Good Pilot To Test The Compostable Leather Alternative Treekind®
Award Shortlists 2022
Fashion for Good was selected in three categories of the Excellence Category shortlists for the 2022 Awards organised by Just Style
Fashion for Good Launches the Home-Compostable Polybag Project
Will We Ever Be Able to Recycle Our Clothes Like an Aluminum Can?
Fashion for Good innovator Renewcell’s new factory is one of the first steps toward a system that turns old clothes into new high-quality clothes made entirely with recycled fabric, addressing the mountains of textile waste accumulating worldwide.
Good Fashion Fund's First Investment Demonstrates Impact
Innovation Challenge: Call for Innovation in the Asian Textile Industry
The winners of Bazaar's Women of the Year Awards have been nominated
With pioneering ideas, Katrin Ley, winner Business category, wants to make the fashion industry more sustainable with her innovation platform and museum Fashion for Good and contribute to a better world. [DUTCH ARTICLE]
New Cotton Project Launches Exhibit at the Fashion for Good Museum
Creating a Circular System to Accelerate Textile Recycling
Recycling of textile waste in Europe could generate €74m per year, report
The Sorting for Circularity Europe Project highlights the significant opportunity for circularity, with only 2% of post-consumer textiles diverted to fibre-to-fibre recycling today.
Increased investment key to accelerating Europe’s textile recycling
As fibre-to-fibre textile recycling commitments increase across Europe, as well as the amount of textile waste collected, the infrastructure required to drive the move towards circular systems requires significant investment to scale.
Sorting For Circularity Europe: Project findings highlight immense opportunity to accelerate textile recycling
Travel Through 50 Years of a Pair of Levi 501’s in Latest Buy Better, Wear Longer Initiative
Levi’s launched the next iteration of its “Buy Better, Wear Longer” campaign. The project is built on the brand’s long-term commitment to prolonging the lifespan of its products.