Actress Julianne Moore, rapper Pharrell, and rockers The Scissor Sisters are the new faces of Kiehl’s Gives, a philanthropic program that raises money for charitable causes. (Ethical Style)
Fashion bigwigs, including Suzy Menkes from the International Herald Tribune chat and chew about the intense pace of in the industry and the pressure it creates for businesses. (Business of Fashion)
Eco-fashion is making a foray in the unlikeliest of places—Singapore—but not without its challenges. (Channel News Asia)
Leanne Mai-Ly Hilgart, the designer behind vegan label Vaute Couture, calls Farm Sanctuary in upstate New York the “most beautiful place on earth.” (Ecorazzi)
“It’s a great industry to have to and want to green up because anywhere between 30 and 40 million people actually work in the textile and manufacturing industry, and of course it affects hundreds of millions of people more through marketing and media and self-actualization and idolization. So it’s both highly influential and also the second largest industry in the world. It’s wrapped up with so many social and environmental impacts.”
—Model-entrepreneur Summer Rayne Oakes on why the fashion industry needs to green itself.