Kline’s latest report discusses the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on the U.S. beauty industry in 2020 and highlights further digital innovation and integration as the sector’s route to recovery in 2021 and beyond.
Turkish denim producer Isko has inked a licence deal with the Hong Kong Research Institute for Textiles and Apparel, whose ‘Green Machine’ is said to make it possible to easily separate cotton fibre from polyester.
ASOS has released its latest Carbon Report and said it saw a 21% reduction in emissions per order in its most recent financial year. Longer term, emissions per order were down 45% in FY20 compared to 2015.
The fledging UK fashion rental market has been given a black mark. Instead of being held up as a positive environmental answer to the world’s throwaway society, it appears fashion rental isn’t at all sustainable.
A long road strewn with potential political pitfalls lies ahead for countries seeking to end a race to the bottom on international corporate tax, even though many have agreed to overhaul the way multinationals are taxed.
Animal rights group PETA claimed a victory on Tuesday as it said labels in the portfolio of Spain’s Puig have confirmed they’ll stop selling items made out of the skins of snakes, crocodiles, and other ‘exotic’ animals.
As one of the world’s most technologically advanced dyeing and finishing operations, Swisstex Direct offers a one-stop solution with competitive pricing, superb quality, and responsive customer service.
Companies around the world must boost sustainability efforts, not just for the planet, but also for their bottom line as consumers globally believe businesses are responsible for a whole host of sustainability issues.
A digital levy to be proposed by the European Commission in the coming weeks to fund its recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic will apply to hundreds of companies, the majority European, its executive vice-president said.