Sustainable Fashion News

Trash to Fash: Circular fashion design competition in Singapore

Trash To Fash, is the first-ever upcycling competition held in Singapore to tackle the massive waste problem of the fashion industry. Find out more here!

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Why is the sustainable fashion movement being led by women?

Women are at the forefront of the sustainable fashion movement yet women are not sufficiently represented in corporate level. Why?

A Japanese Perspective: Kim Kardashian West’s “Kimono”

Kim Kardashian announced her brand new shapewear line to the world on Instagram and it borders on cultural appropriation and insensitivity.

8 Top Sustainable & Ethical Fashion Podcasts

Here are some of our favourite podcasts which will help keep you up to date with the latest news, interviews and ideas circulating in the fashion industry.

5 things that went down at the Copenhagen Fashion Summit

The Copenhagen Fashion Summit is an annual business event dedicated entirely to discussing the future…

Where is Singapore when it comes to sustainable fashion?

Here’s what we found out about sustainable fashion in Singapore. Whether you’re looking for ethical, local or funky second-hand shops, we’ve got it covered.

The documentary Blue will change your mind about waste

The documentary, Blue, opens your eyes to how humans affect the oceans. From our overfishing to plastic waste, our actions are in all interconnected.

Recap: ZERRIN’s Fashion Revolution Day Panel Talk

If you missed our Fashion Revolution Panel talk, here’s a quick recap. We spoke with fashion industry insiders about all things sustainable fashion!

Oxfam report reveals how female garment workers suffer in SEA

Oxfam’s new report Made in Poverty: The True Price of Fashion and their What She Makes campaign has shed light on the truth behind the clothing factories.

Editorial: Exploring Brixton Market

We take you around Brixton Market here in London, to buy and support local business. Explore conscious living within the market on a hot sunny day.