We are committed to transparency, collaboration and sharing what we learn. By publishing open-source circular apparel tools, guides, reports and thought leadership pieces, we invite everyone from designers and material suppliers to manufacturers and customers to learn more about how they can embrace and contribute to a Good Fashion future.
An overview of the Five Goods framework, industry facts. why we need to shift and examples from a range of global organisations putting the Five Goods into practice.DOWNLOAD PDF (5 MB)
Resources to help you get started with your first C2C Certified™ project including our full C2C Certified™ How-To Guide, the full Assessed Materials Almanac, our full C2C Certified™ Denim Guide and more.FIND OUT MORE
The “Safer Chemistry Innovation in the Textile and Apparel Industry” report in which we evaluate the role various harmful chemicals have in the production of textiles and apparel and identify five key Innovation Areas. We offer insights to accelerate the adoption of new safer technologies, and highlight the work of over a hundred young innovative companies.FIND OUT MORE
The “Future of Circular Fashion” report, which explores the financial viability of circular business models in the fashion industry. The study assesses three different models – Rental, Subscription-Rental and Recommerce, across four market segments – Value, Mid-Market, Premium and Luxury.DOWNLOAD PDF (12 MB)
Access to our thoughts on the future of sustainable fashion, systems thinking and collective actionFIND OUT MORE
Our latest report which looks at the opportunities for investors in the textile and apparel ecosystem.DOWNLOAD PDF (2 MB)
As part of the Fashion for Good Experience we collect ‘Good Fashion’ commitments from our visitors. Here is a free downloadable pdf that you can print out to collect commitments of your own – whether with school groups, sustainable fashion events, or something else. We’d love to see the commitments you collect – take a photo and tag us on instagram, twitter or facebook if you’d like to share them with us!DOWNLOAD PDF (17 KB)