GLOBAL EVENTS FOR FASHION PROFESSIONALS​

GLOBAL EVENTS FOR FASHION PROFESSIONALS​

Today’s eco-question

Today’s eco-question: Will linen replace cotton?

One can’t help but notice that, from emerging designers to established brands, linen has made ...

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The Eco Question: What are the pillars of animal welfare?

5 freedoms, 5 fundamental requirements: the commitments to animal welfare

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Today’s eco-question: Is it possible to predict how long a garment will last?

The fashion industry is under increasing criticism for developing products designed to be worn and ...

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plastic bags and packagings

Today’s eco question: How to choose low-impact packaging?

How to choose between paper sourced from sustainably managed forests and recycled plastic ?

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Today’s eco-question: can all materials be recycled?

Let us be honest, recycling is often the first thing that comes to mind when ...

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Today’s eco question: Can we make technical clothing without using synthetic materials?

Polyamide, polyester, elastane: these fibers undoubtedly figure in the composition of your favorite sportswear. Windproof, ...

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Today’s Eco Question: Is metal really infinitely recyclable?

In view of the increasing scarcity of non-renewable resources, how can we reduce mining operations?

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Today’s eco question: Could bananas and pineapples replace cotton and leather?

It’s a widely-hyped idea, dangling a tantalizing solution to all our supply difficulties. Is the ...

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Today’s eco question: Traceability – Is it possible to guarantee a cotton’s origins?

How can we use traceability to guarantee cotton’s origin?

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Today’s eco-question: Can clothing made from natural materials be composted?

Let’s separate out the fantasy from the reality. Will we ever truly be able to ...

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Today’s eco question: Can we just eliminate chemicals from the textile industry?

Find the essential information on chemical agents.

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Today’s eco question: How to ensure viscose doesn’t contribute to deforestation?

How to control and avoid damages related to the production of cellulosic materials?

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Today’s eco question : Why is cotton so thirsty?

Between intrinsic properties, production data, half-truths and well-worn myth, let’s get the real story.

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