As fashion consumption and production return to pre-pandemic levels, the pressure of the recovery will not be evenly distributed.
The Interline was invited to lead a far-ranging panel discussion on the future of fashion at the inaugural Exthereal event. The full replay is now available to watch on-demand.
The Interline analyses the most vital fashion technology news. This week: supply chains must be sustainable... but they also need to survive.
Transparency has very quickly become one of the primary metrics upon which the fashion industry is measured, but are expectations evolving faster than the industry's ability to execute? Cotton could offer a template for bringing the two threads closer together.
Creating and buying verifiably sustainable fashion is often harder than it needs to be. To solve that, Cerqular aims to be the one-stop sustainable shop. We discuss the why and the how with CEO David Friedrichs.
The pandemic has exacerbated fashion's existential crisis: it's an industry that makes far more clothing than it can sell. With margins being squeezed more than ever, does made-to-order production offer a way out?
Globalisation has accelerated the fashion industry to an unsustainable pace - in more ways than one. Can we escape that race to the bottom and do the right thing at the same time? New methods of manufacturing could hold the answer.
With consumer interest in sustainability rising, the denim industry is preparing for an overdue reckoning. Can technology help mitigate the high environmental cost of a pair of jeans?
The Interline analyses the most vital fashion technology news. This week: Labor Day presents a pause for reflection, and wearable technology takes some tentative new steps.
In the wake of the pandemic, sustainability strategies are undergoing greater scrutiny, and industry-wide, people are coming a distant second to planet. Fashion needs to take measurable action on living wages - but how?