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From composting, recycling to harnessing solar energy, these green steps will help protect Mother Earth.
From making algae-sequin dresses, dyeing clothes with bacteria to planting trackable pigments in cotton, an emerging tide of technological innovations offers the fashion industry a chance to clean up its woeful environmental record.
What does heritage mean to fashion brands? It’s not just entirely about longevity it seems – at least, not for Michael Kors, Mulberry and Gucci.
With a flock of 60 sheep, the Bergers Urbains collective's aim is to make urban soil productive and enhance its biodiversity. The 'Bergers Urbains' collective practises eco-grazing in the Paris region, offering a new slant to life in the city by setting up dynamic, generous and lush urban agriculture.
Used to create patterns on fabric for apparel, accessories, and these days, even face masks, batik has experienced a revival among fashion enthusiasts regionally, especially here in Malaysia.
To address the issue of packaging waste in the environment, Nestle (Malaysia) Berhad has been proactively working with local partners to establish in the community better and more widespread recycling habits, as well as more effective ways for waste collection and separation of the different types of materials.
Certain Covid-19 vaccines require deep freeze temperatures, resulting in the need for special transportation equipment and facilities.
Many top brands will be combining menswear and womenswear collections for the upcoming Autumn/Winter 2021 Milan Fashion Week. It will comprise both physical and digital shows.
Fashion has somewhat of a bad reputation – from the impact on the environment to how it affects communities. Covid-19 helped exposed its flaws, accelerating a change for good.
In a year, the Gurdwara Sahib Sentul (GSS) Sikh temple’s compost project has produced two tonnes of mature compost from two tonnes of garden waste and about seven tonnes of food waste.