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Levi's Debuts Trucker Jacket Made in the U.S.A. From Recycled Parachutes

Levi Strauss is moving its “Waste&ltLess” line of apparel beyond recycled plastic bottles. The jean juggernaut unveiled Wednesday a version of its classic trucker…

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Patagonia Invests in Waterless Textile-Processing Firm CO2Nexus

Patagonia has thrown in its lot with CO2Nexus, a Colorado-based startup that specializes in cleaning, disinfecting, and coating textiles and garments using liquid carbon dioxide in…

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Stella McCartney Pledges to Use Only Forest-Friendly Cellulose Fibers

Stella McCartney is looking out for the Lorax. Shortly after declaring its intention seek “Wildlife Friendly” certification, the British firm announced Tuesday its…

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Timbuk2 Launches "Life Cycle" Program to Reduce, Repair, Recycle

Timbuk2 is going beyond the three R’s of sustainable design. The California-based company announced Tuesday the launch of a new environmental responsibility initiative to not only…

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Fashion Revolution Day's "Who Made Your Clothes?" T-Shirts for Sale

Ecouterre is an official media sponsor of Fashion Revolution Day. Make the right kind of fashion statement with one of Fashion Revolution Day’s official “Who Made Your…

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Olivia Wilde, A.K.A. "Princess Layers," Wants You to Recycle Your Clothes

You don’t have to leap over tall buildings in a single bound to be a superhero. Actress Olivia Wilde, in her crime-fighting guise of Princess Layers, has teamed up with H&M…

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Stella McCartney Commits to Becoming "Wildlife Friendly" Certified

Stella McCartney is about to become even more animal-friendly. The British firm is the first global fashion brand to join the Wildlife Friendly Enterprise Network, an international…

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The (Fashion) Revolution Will Be Turned #InsideOut

Ecouterre is an official media sponsor of Fashion Revolution Day. You say you want a fashion revolution? Start by looking into your closet. Nearly a year ago, the world trembled as…

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Amber Valletta is "Driving Fashion Forward" in New Short Film Series

Amber Valletta is putting the “statement” in “fashion statement.” The supermodel—and current face of H&M’s Conscious Collection—is the host of…

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Chopard Makes History With World's First Fair-Mined Gold Watch

Chopard has made history with the world’s first wristwatch made of fairly mined gold from South America. Unveiled at the BaselWorld World Watch and Jewellery Show in March, the…

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Fancy Wearing a Bikini Made Entirely From Sand?

Imogen Anthony’s new bikini is anything but- the model marched down the runway at Bondi Bather’s fashion week show in nothing more than strategically placed sand. Designed by…

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Zady Took Out a One-Page Ad in the Wall Street Journal (And It's Glorious)

Ethical e-tailer Zady took out a one-page ad-slash-call-to-action about fast fashion in the Wall Street Journal on Wednesday. Nailed it. + Zady…

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Textile Arts Center to Launch Magazine Celebrating "All Things Textiles"

IN PRINT “There are many textile and fiber focused magazines in the world, but we’re motivated to make one that highlights the contemporary state of the industry and sheds…

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Will.i.am, Ekocycle, Global Citizen Declare "A Day Without Waste"

Are you a cup culprit, a double bagger, a container retainer, or napkin nipper? Bail yourself out on Wednesday by joining musician Will.i.am, his Coca-Cola-backed “Ekocycle”…

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Singapore Scientists Spin Bio-Based Nylon Out of Sugar

Photo by Shutterstock The future of clothing is about to get a whole lot sweeter. Scientists from Singapore’s A*STAR Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology have discovered…

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WILBy's "Ethical Sweatshop" Pops Up in Brooklyn's Wythe Hotel

What exactly does an “ethical sweatshop” look like? New Yorkers who are curious to know can now head over to the lobby of Williamsburg’s Wythe Hotel to glimpse one in…

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Australia Revokes 18-Year-Old Anti-Sweatshop Program

Photo by Shutterstock Australia’s federal government is withdrawing its support from a longstanding program that protects the country’s garment workers from sweatshop…

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H&M, Zara Commit to Eliminate Deforestation From Their Clothing

H&M and Zara are speaking for the trees. The world’s largest fashion retailers—the latter represented by its holding company, Inditex—have pledged to develop new sourcing…

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