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Fashion Business | May Edit

Our top fashion business reads from May 2019…

by The AFC

4 June 2019

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Fashion Business | May Edit

 


via Vogue Business / Everlane

via Vogue Business / Everlane

How fashion brands use product imagery to sell their story | Vogue Business

“In a sea of seemingly endless e-commerce options, the way products are shot and displayed is an essential purchase driver for brands and marketplaces…”

by Jessica Schiffer

 


via The Fashion Law / Vetements

via The Fashion Law / Vetements

Researchers in Australia are turning textile waste into new clothes and joint replacement | The Fashion Law

“Textile waste consumes nearly 5 percent of the world’s landfill space, according to the World Wear Project, with 20 percent of all freshwater pollution a result of textile treatment and dyeing.…”

by Catriona Vi Nguyen-Robertson and Nolene Byrne

 


via WWD / Cone Denim

via WWD / Cone Denim

Think Tank: The blue truth about sustainability in denim | WWD

“Which led me to reveal some “blue truths” about the denim industry while raising some key questions: Is sustainability a trend like ripped or upcycled jeans? What does it mean to be truly transparent and sustainable?”

by Christine Rucci

 


via The Guardian / David Levene

via The Guardian / David Levene

Low pay in the garment industry still a reality despite pledges – study | The Guardian

“Commitments by global fashion brands to pay the living wage are not translating into “meaningful change on the ground”, a study has found…”

by Frances Perraudin

 


via Vogue Business / Jonathan Daniel Pryce

via Vogue Business / Jonathan Daniel Pryce

It’s time for fashion to remove toxic chemicals from clothing | Vogue Business

“There is growing scientific consensus that chemicals — like those used to create stain repellency and anti-wrinkle clothing — are potentially hazardous…”

by Rachel Cernansky

 

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