The sportswear brand has joined forces with the digital-first resale platform to launch its Choose to Give Back program, allowing consumers to send in used apparel for reuse or resale in exchange for rewards.
ASOS has launched of a new package of wide-ranging policies for its staff. It aims to provide “crucial support to colleagues of all genders and circumstances going through health-related life events”.
Despite renewed discussions about racial equality in fashion, a new report carried out by the Black in Fashion Council and the Human Rights Campaign shows that the industry still leaves much to be desired on this front.
French luxury group Kering, Richemont's Cartier, and the Responsible Jewellery Council have teamed up to set environmental targets for watches and jewellery activities, challenging the industry to commit to them too.
Zalando is the latest fashion giant to unveil an upgraded commitment to circularity with new business practices to embed it “along the full product lifecycle, from developing design standards to investing in recycling”.
H&M Group said it’s launching new initiatives “fuelled by consumers and businesses wanting more choice, greater personalisation and increased flexibility”. It's responding to significant growth in on-demand services.
Drest was focused purely on fashion when it launched exactly two years ago and now said that it’s “set to disrupt the beauty industry with the launch of Beauty Mode” in an exclusive link-up with Gucci.
At the event’s inaugural conference, Pascal Morand, executive president of the French Haute Couture and Fashion Federation, presented a software to measure the event's impact, and the federation’s support of new labels.