The Earthrise Issue
How creativity can aid the fight against climate change
i-D and Parley for the Oceans collaborate on 'the endless conversation', a dialogue between its founder Cyrill Gutsch and the activists, conservationists, academics and designers who are changing the world.
Why lab-grown clothes are fashion’s future
Spawning bags made from mushroom leather and dresses in synthetic spider silks, the laboratory is fashion’s new cutting-edge atelier.
A 2022 guide to navigating greenwashing
Fashion brands seem more sustainable than ever. Are they?
A new wave of designers crafting one-off, upcycled treasures
Andrea Smith, Kat Rose, Siam Circle and Tigra Tigra are revitalizing preloved garments and textiles, turning them into covetable custom pieces.
Visible mending will improve your clothes and soothe your anxiety
Don't throw away moth-eaten knits. Make fashion more sustainable and your knits look better than ever with darning – we'll show you how.
Clem De Pressigny
ANDEL is the new label showing how the fashion system can change
With its socially-conscious ethos and actions-first approach, the upstart cooperative is setting an example for the industry.
10 ways to cut your wardrobe’s carbon footprint in 2022
Here’s a bunch of easy tips for saving the planet in style.
Georgia May Jagger believes that more is more
As she partners up with Hourglass for a new sustainable eyeshadow palette, the model talks consumption habits and shares her thoughts on beauty.
The majority of us want to ditch fast fashion 'for good', says study
Yes to sustainable shopping habits!
Vaillant Studio is making sexy, ballet-inspired womenswear
French designer Alice Vaillant on Paris nightlife in the 60s, upcycling vintage lingerie and how to approach sustainability as a young label.
Supply chain transparency and BTS for Louis Vuitton: What's in fashion?
Your one-stop-shop for this week’s fashion news to know.
Sustainable fashion? 15 designers unpack what the term means to them
The notion of 'sustainability' in fashion has never been more vague. We ask responsible designers around the globe what it means in practice.