In a surprising move, the Swedish Fashion Council recently canceled Stockholm Fashion Week in the name of sustainability.
The leather alternative supports positive social and economic impact and has a low environmental footprint. And there’s plenty of it available as a byproduct of pineapple harvest.
Held in partnership with Women Grow, an organization designed to release stigma associated with cannabis and cultivate female leadership within the industry, the event showcased 26 looks designed by Project Runway all-star Korto Momolu.
All the jackets shown were made in NYC, and the brand's core goal is zero waste, so every piece of leftover fabric from the production line is saved by the designer and later made into another ethical fashion piece
Second-hand. Used. Worn. Flipped. And perhaps my favorite, Pre-Loved. Whatever you call them, the market for clothes that make their way into the resale ecosystem is booming. That’s good news for those of us who love vintage fashion, looking for a deal, the planet (clothing production has a whopping environmental…