EDUN Hits Asia, Jurlique’s New Owner, Janet Jackson Fan’s Fur Fury

by , 12/04/11   filed under: Eco-Fashion News, Site Seeing

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EDUN, the ethical fashion brand founded by Bono and his wife, Ali Hewson, has touched down in Asia with a special launch at Isetan in Tokyo. (EDUN)

Social enterprise United by Blue is more than just talk: It’s already removed 82,527 pounds of trash from the ocean through company-organized cleanups. (TreeHugger)

Japan’s Pola Orbis Holdings has agreed to purchase 100 percent of Jurlique, a natural skincare company based in Australia, for the tune of nearly $300 million. (WWD)

A former Janet Jackson fan was so outraged by his idol’s decision to use animal fur in her clothing line that he’s auctioning off 25 years worth of her memorabilia to benefit the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. (Ecorazzi)

Target has signed a development-and-supply agreement with Naturally Advanced Technologies to use Crailer, a type of flax, in its home textiles (Ecotextile News)

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