To really move the needle on fashion's outsized environmental impact, we need products that are designed with sustainability at their core, instead of just the surface level.
For brands looking to make a statement about their sustainability credentials, independent accreditations and scorecards have seemed like an adequate replacement for first-party data. A new setback could challenge that idea.
Miscalibration between supply and demand is at the heart of fashion's environmental footprint and its commercial inefficiencies. How far can make-to-order scale to solve the issue?
Many sustainability strategies have stalled at the materials and environmental impact stage, but the humanitarian impact of fashion now needs to be quantified.
Fashion has set a mandate for transparency. But where brands see hidden information waiting to be uncovered, suppliers might see open doors through which their intellectual property could escape. Is there a way forward that works for both parties?
Beyond materials and waste, sustainability in fashion now needs to account for fair wages. Find out how by attending our free roundtable.
Our Editor brings together guests across technology, environment, and ethics to discuss how fashion supply chains can balance risk, responsiveness, and responsibility.
Against a backdrop of historic change, fashion should be pursuing a reset rather than a rebound. A new report makes the case for not just why, but how.
What might fashion look like when the only option left is making and selling fewer clothes? One brand is trying to get ahead of that question.
Innovation is creating viable alternatives to leather. At the same time demand for real leather goods is growing. Sustainability commitments and regulations are putting the squeeze on a complex picture. Where does leather in fashion go from here?
Fashion's combined reliance on chasing trends and over-producing makes it difficult - if not impossible - to meet its responsibility to the environment. Can AI offer a way for brands to stay on the cutting edge without compromising their values?
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.