our house is on fire, the fashion industry must do more than talk about the climate crisis
As we make sense of the conversations, solutions and commitments shared at Copenhagen Fashion Summit 2019, it’s clear that radical measures and collaborative action are more urgent than ever.
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nike have made a free guide for sustainable design
Created in collaboration with Central Saint Martins students and staff, this manual aims to make sustainable design a mainstay of the industry.
the body shop launches fair trade recycled plastic scheme
The beauty brand unveils its approach to tackle the industry’s plastic problem, and help improve the lives of waste workers in the process.
how to give up face wipes for good
The Beauty Algorithm proves going cold turkey on wet wipes isn’t actually that hard.
the best things to watch, see and do this week in the UK
Get your indispensable gui-De to leisure action, with our culture highlights of the week.
we demand a national climate day
It’s time that we put the climate crisis into the spotlight. We’re petitioning the UK government to commit to a yearly National Climate Day, and with your help it can become a reality.
keala naihe wants to preserve the oceans for future generations
i-D talks to the artist and surfer about perpetuating his Hawaiian culture by caring for the land and advocating for clean water.
we need to change the way we think about sustainable fashion
Activist Céline Semaan explains why we can't just buy into sustainability, we have to change the way we live.
this free online map could help tackle fashion’s supply chain transparency problem
The Open Apparel Registry (OAR) is an open sourced database mapping garment facilities across the world that wants to make fashion more ethical and sustainable.
searches for sustainable fashion have increased by 66% in the past year
Research by fashion search engine Lyst suggests that consumers are being more aware and careful about what they purchase.
eco-friendly bar soaps that don’t leave your skin feeling rubbery
Bar soap is way better for the environment, and these ones are good for your skin too.
lyle reimer, the make-up artist finding beauty in rubbish
He’s used turkey bones to contour and broken tights as eyeshadow.