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"Grow your own jeans": a British plan to reshape the textile industry
A pilot project in northwestern England aims to manufacture clothing locally, without the lengthy supply chains and pollution.
Who will end fast fashion?
An excerpt from Dana Thomas' "Fashionopolis: The Price of Fast Fashion and the Future of Clothes" looks at Amazon's push to become a leading apparel retailer.
Sustainability, while fashionable, is a challenge for the industry
The drive for environmental sustainability will need to pick up if it is to match the industry's rapid growth.
Tree bark transforms into fashion in Uganda
Designers are pushing the boundaries of uses for 'bark cloth.'
Levi's launches 'trashy' line of jeans
Wearing the new jeans, made with 20 percent recycled plastic bottles, may say as much about your commitment to the environment as your taste in fashion.
A green Gucci?
The parent company of Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent plans to track the profit and loss associated with the environment impacts of its luxury brands.