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Fashion, Style, Brand and Sustainability Are Today’s Coupling Terms Now for a Growing Number of Consumers…

G&A's Sustainability Highlights (10.11.2019)
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We’re all consumers of one type or another.We buy food and beverages, electronic products, and an assortment of apparel and footwear products.  So the questions come to mind…

What are you wearing?  Is it fashionable?  Stylish? And sustainable (as a product you want or need)?  Sustainably and responsibly produced?  In a global (mostly invisible) supply chain that you could say with certainty is “well supervised and responsibly managed”?

Wake up, Fashion Industry. Sustainablity Is the New Name of Game

By Sofia Santelices
Article

Sustainability is not a trend. It’s a cry for help, especially to the big bosses. 

The fashion industry is now being highly criticized for years and years of humanitarian and environmentally destructive practices when mass-producing. Not only are they a large contributor to the world’s waste and destroying vast bodies of water, but they also are guilty of exploiting human resources especially in third world countries. 

Timo Schmidt-Eisenhart (Timberland): "The 'Boom' of Sneakers Is Not a Trend, but a Phenomenon."

The President of Timberland in Europe, the Middle East and Africa believes that to re-seduce new generations, fashion companies must make a firm commitment to sustainability, given that young people are informed about it on the Internet.
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By Arturo Juárez

A More Sustainable Way to Print on Fabric

HP moves into textiles with Stitch, a portfolio of wide-format printers that open new creative possibilities for fashion, signage and interior design, while reducing the industry’s environmental footprint.
Blog

By Sarah Murry

First plastic, then glass and wood, and now — fabric.

Everlane Partners With The New York Times to Push the Truth of Climate Change

Blog

Although more than seven-in-10 (73%) Americans think global warming is happening and nearly the same amount (72%) say global warming is important to them personally, according to new research from Yale, the concept of climate change is still called into question on a nearly daily basis.

Fashion Industry Moving to Improve Sustainability Footprint

Many Global Companies Seek Efficiencies and Enhanced Profitability Through ESG Practices
Article

EDINBURGH, UK, February 14, 2019 /3BL Media/ – The global fashion industry is booming. In the last 15 years, world clothing production has almost doubled, with more than 300 million people employed along its value chain. However, the growth of this huge industry has come at a significant environmental cost.

Timberland x Christopher Ræburn FW ’19 Collaboration Unveiled at London Men’s Fashion Week

Expanded footwear, apparel and accessories collaboration underscores shared commitment to sustainable style
Press Release

LONDON, January 21, 2019 /3BL Media/ – During London Men's Fashion Week, fashion designer Christopher Raeburn, whose label of the same name is synonymous with responsible, intelligent design, unveiled his FW19 collaboration with Timberland. The collection, which spans across footwear, apparel and accessories, builds upon the Timberland x Christopher RÆBURN apparel capsule that debuted in FW18, and marks the first since Timberland announced a broader partnership with Raeburn to serve as the brand’s Global Creative Director.

Revitalizing a 100-Year-Old Cellulosic Platform

Article

The power of Eastman's innovation efforts is aimed at opportunities where disruptive, global macro trends align with our world-class technology platforms. To continue developing products that make a material difference in people’s lives, we are leveraging our success and expertise in key platforms where Eastman has been a leader for decades.

Challenge + Partner + Eastman = Impact

The Hundred People Behind Your Favorite Pair of Jeans - Erb Institute | Business for Sustainability

By Paula Luu, MBA/MS Candidate 2019 Erb Institute | Business for Sustainability
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Paula Luu is currently enrolled at the University of Michigan and pursuing a dual-degree MBA/MS between the Ross School of Business and the School for Sustainability and Environment. Paula is interested in developing and improving organization-wide processes along the supply chain.

The Future of Fashion: Are We Missing the Mark?

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Paula Luu is currently enrolled at the University of Michigan and pursuing a dual-degree MBA/MS between the Ross School of Business and the School for Sustainability and Environment. Paula is interested in developing and improving organization-wide processes along the supply chain.

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