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The WATFORD - Baby clothes retailers, mother care and benefit organisations, Hubbub have teamed up to try to re-distribute some 65,000 baby clothes as part of a new drive to promote round robin practice in the area. Instead of the disposable clothes throw-away cultures seen in other sectors of the fashion industry, research has shown that many families keep baby clothes for emotional purposes and therefore very few clothes can be recovered or used.
MANSION-EUVE-D'ASCQ - The Decathlon apparel manufacturer has signed up to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change LE100 with the goal of producing 100 percent renewables for its worldwide activities by 2026. CONDON - Fashion e-retailer ASOS is holding an exhibition in the centre of London today, bringing together Adidas, Boohoo, Missguided and Fred Perry brand names on ethics and sustainable live.
Lonon - A new TRAID (Textile Reuse and International Development) fundraiser reported that nearly a fourth (23%) of London's closets are empty, or 123 million garments. BAELLEVUE - US second-hand dealer Savers has said it will have taken away paper pouches from all its US shops by the end of 2018 in the next phase of its US garbage diversion drive.
The Burberry garment burn in the dieing blaze? Aqua Green's NEW YORK - Eco Swim and online dealer Ziggie have teamed up with the Ocean Turtles Conservatory and the endangered Species Coalition to rescue vulnerable tortoise briefs. The US clothing company Outerknown has entered the market for the manufacture of blue and white men's clothing and has launched S.E.A. blue denims. The company says that it contains 100% biological organic cotton from Candiani & ISKO's own jean mill and is produced by Saitex.
Jack Ostrowski has been working with post-consumer fabrics for over a dozen years and talks to David Styles about his latest project, re-GAIN, a clothing recycle application with which he hopes to establish a round table heritage.