this pioneering bio-tech designer is turning sweat into fashion

As recent RCA graduate Alice Potts begins her one-year residency at the Athens-based Onassis Foundation, prepare to rethink body fluids.
Steve Salter
3 days ago

refillable beauty products are here to save the planet, but will they even make a dent?

Industry experts aren’t sure they’re the environmental saviour we need them to be. So what is?
Shannon Peter

vivienne westwood takes on fracking with america's cup protest tees

The designer and activist is part of a campaign to ban a pro-fracking sponsor from Auckland’s 2021 race.
Mitch Parker
the earthwise issue

what is the answer to fashion's waste problem?

As Burberry, Stella McCartney and H&M pledge to help eliminate plastic pollution, we look back to The Earthwise Issue, in which Osman Ahmed asked: How can fashion find a new route to sustainability?
Osman Ahmed

coach announces it will go fur-free

Coach has become the latest in a long line of brands and designers banning fur from their collections.
Roisin Lanigan

vivienne westwood breakdances to abba to protest fracking

There’s only one true Dancing Queen, and it’s Viv Westwood.
Roisin Lanigan

actress-turned-activist bonnie wright’s guide to breaking free from packaging

How to make a difference in your lunch hour.
Bonnie Wright
the earthwise issue

is it true that if the oceans die, we die?

We speak to Parley for the Oceans founder Cyrill Gutsch to find out just how bad it really is.
Clementine de Pressigny
the earthwise issue

the designers fashioning the future

A new generation of fashion design graduates are challenging the British fashion industry on issues of ethics and sustainability. Sarah Mower meets nine designers who want change and who want it now.
Sarah Mower
the futurewise issue

harley weir: plastic is not fantastic

British photographer Harley Weir began documenting the plastic waste around her in 2015. By posting the images she takes on her Instagram account with the hashtag #plasticneverdies, she hopes to raise awareness of the rubbish that’s destroying our world.
i-D Staff

asos is turning leftover fabric into reusable sanitary pads

The project provides products and education to young African women in need while also addressing fashion's waste problem.
Briony Wright

5 different ways to recycle clothing without killing the environment

Just don’t put it in the bin.
Sophie Slater