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
A new app lets designers share materials and upcycle locally.
When the women's sentences are over, they will have marketable skills and money in the bank.
Knitters, crocheters and stitchers may have a new material to work with.
This all-women-run company out of Cape Cod is doing ethical fashion fun.
These low-impact, minimal energy materials are a designer's dream.
Margu, 1x1 and Aeon Row make slow fashion and sustainable practice look as effortless as an LBD.
Three local designers intended to meld fashion-forward designs with conscious consumption.
We've been covering Nolcha's shows for years, and we're proud to be a media partner with them.
From cotton to biofuel: Sound crazy? That's how much we throw away.