EILEEN FISHER Creates clothes guided by design principles of simplicity, beauty, ease and comfort as well as a company ethos built on social…Read More
Recyclables. Renewables. Refurbished. You may have heard these terms being thrown around. These terms are at the center of an emerging trend in the industry. What we’re calling the “Zero-Waste” trend.
Fashion waste is a massive and permeable stain on the fashion industry’s rep – definitely one of its least pretty faces. Fortunately, there are some badass industry shakers dedicated to transforming the ugly into the beautiful. These mavens do things like take the unwanted or over-ordered fabrics from manufacturers or throwaway vintage textiles and garments and give them new life. They are reborn into pieces that make people look and feel good about what they’re wearing. It’s a rags to riches story worth believing in!
Learn more about who these shakers are and what they do by following our Zero Waste blog posts.
Helena Helmersson Chief Sustainability Officer, H&M Several initiatives to improve sustainability have been driven by her at the Swedish, fast-fashion giant. Her long-term…Read More
H&M First initiated in the 1990s, this global brand’s sustainability strategy has led to more transparent supply chain processes and a ‘closed loop’…Read More
Minna by Minna Hepburn Eco-luxe, vintage-inspired bridal wear. Each piece is made from organic, locally produced, and/or recycled products and production is done…Read More
Yael Aflalo CEO, Reformation Serves as the lady at the helm as well as the consummate brand ambassador.Read More
Reformation Fairly young, cult-fashion brand featuring clothing made with the earth in mind. Uses innovative refurbishing and recycling techniques to produce clothes that…Read More
Kaight Retailer that stocks only fashion that can be classified as locally produced, organic, reclaimed, fair-trade or zero waste. Has become the destination…Read More
Study NY This alternative brand is known as a rebel in the industry. Garment production lives outside of the traditional fashion season and…Read More
Zero-Waste Recyclables. Renewables. Refurbished. You may have heard these terms being thrown around. These terms are at the center of an emerging trend in…Read More