Do you know who made your clothes? Probably not—and the designers and fast-fashion companies that sold them to you probably don’t, either. That was the overarching message at last night’s Future of Fashion
Can Young Designers’ Ethics Impact the Establishment? The International Woolmark Prize Winners Are Leading the Way
The International Woolmark Prize discovered a couple of young designers who went on to reshape the fashion world: Yves Saint Laurent and Karl Lagerfeld, back in 1953, its inception. Sixty-five years on,
The plastic straw as we know it is ubiquitous yet unnecessary. Sure, they’re handy when you’re sipping a drink on the go, but considering the vast amount of unrecyclable waste they cause, they sure aren’t
What’s in a T-Shirt? Industry Standard’s Nicole Najafi Talks Organic Cotton, Honest Prices, and Keeping It Simple
Let’s take a moment to appreciate the simple beauty of jeans and a T-shirt. The look was James Dean’s signature, and many decades later, it’s still the best two-step formula for looking effortlessly cool.