Transforming food waste into fabrics and fibres? This is the booming textile trend that is currently revolutionising the fashion industry, whose toxic environmental impact is being criticised a little bit more each day. We take a closer look at these exceptional materials with extraordinary properties.
After opening her first cafe, Feya, Zahra Khan followed up by opening her new space this summer: Dyce. The chef’s ice creams and other desserts can be enjoyed in a fun space in pop colours… The perfect recipe to give the eyes and taste buds a unique experience!
On the strength of the success of the first denim collection released in 2017, the Dutch brand G-Star Raw is once again joining forces with the company Anchroma to offer the environmentally friendly “Dyed by nature” collection. For the autumn/winter 2019 season, they are revealing jackets, shirts, T-shirts and hoodies dyed using food waste and…
The war against fast fashion has officially begun. The latest revelation to date: the enactment of the “Fashion Pact”, produced by François-Henri Pinault and supported by over 140 signatories. Consuming sustainable fashion without a negative impact on the environment is the determined battle now being fought by the top players in the textile industry.
Brrr° has created fabrics that are going to change our ever hotter summers. Thanks to high-performance technology, the Atlanta-based company has invented clothing that can cool body temperature by 2°C. The end result is well-being and comfort, along with energy savings and an eco-friendly benefit.
Anna Yang, the founder of the Chinese brand Annakiki, has chosen the city of Chongqing to set up her brand new concept store. Created by Joy Season Studio, the interior design combines minimalism and graphic touches to produce a space that reflects Annakiki’s DNA.
Whether they are manufactured from recycled nylon fibre, materials renowned for their sustainability or feature an SPF filter, the trend is for swimsuits combining fashion and ethics, guaranteeing a summer season with a focus on sustainability. We review five brands with innovative products.
Offering a mix of prints, fringed pieces, shearling, sheepskin, etc., boho chic style is back in force! For the autumn/winter season, designers have created real urban Amazons ready to explore as-yet unknown lands.
Renowned for its delicate and expert skills with wood, the tesler + mendelovitch studio has created a 3D wooden textile with a host of applications.
Simplicity reigns in the new JHW multi-brand men’s store. A single colour – grey – was chosen by Atelier Tao+C to cover the entire surface of the store located in the city of Zhengzhou in China, echoing the “Galactic Grey” concept – ON AIR Theme in the SS21 Colour Trend Book.