From carbon-negative polyester to dissolvable thread, here's a handful of surprising startups making waves in the apparel industry.
The models promise to do more with less, curbing ‘peak production’ while still fulfilling the needs of a growing population that loves to shop.
Tracking technologies could provide information throughout a product's journey, from the start all the way through to its use at the consumer level, and ultimately to its disposal or reuse in the future.
The outdoor recreation product company is expanding its Renewed recommerce program.
Incorporating recycled materials into product collections is a good start.
The growing demand for recycled polyester, coupled with a limited supply, signals scarcity and competition ahead.
The textile industry has a powerful opportunity to shift the needle in both producer and consumer contexts.
If you’ve ever ordered garments online from a retailer, you would have, in all likelihood, had it delivered, neatly sealed within a polybag.
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The environmental impact of using this material mirrors that of using cattle as a protein source.