From the luxury of Mother of Pearl to the emerging talent of Maddie Williams, here are the top five sustainable labels showing at London Fashion Week.
Francois-Henri Pinault on sustainability, protest and power dressing, Bethany Williams and steps towards a circular economy.
‘Viktor & Rolf for Zalando RE:CYCLE’ sees the Dutch haute couture duo applying their joyous conceptualism to excess stock to create a recycled collection.
Are recent innovations in sustainable fashion enough; the new brands breaking the mould; Michael Kors goes fur-free.
Honest By, the world’s first 100 % transparent company, and cult street brand Y/Project team up for the ultimate ethical fashion collaboration.
The EcoChic Design Award 2017 Final takes place September 7. From the romantic to the playful, a photoshoot captures the passion and skill of each finalist.
For Fashion Revolution Week (April 24-29), designers are opening their studios to connect consumers with the reality of crafting sustainable clothing.
Fashion Revolution, the global movement working for a more sustainable fashion industry, launches its first zine: ‘Money Fashion Power’.
Fans of Indian label Raag have included Diana Vreeland and Rauschenberg: high culture internationalists drawn to the label’s dignity and artisanal heritage.
London Fashion Week kicked off on Thursday night with Oxfam’s first ever Fashion Week show, styled by Bay Garnett.