Connecting consumers with where and who made their clothes, The Who Made My Clothes movement stands for workers’ rights and advocates for transparency.
When did sustainable fashion start? We take a look at the history of sustainable fashion, its implications and what the future of fashion holds.
Toxic dyes in the textile industry are causing major environmental and health hazards, but does the future of colourful clothing have to be a toxic one?
Silk has been a prized material for thousands of years, but is modern mulberry silk production ethical or sustainable, and how can it be improved?
What is the state of fashion? We take a look at the numbers behind recent sustainable fashion trends and bring you 101 Ethical Fashion Statistics.
B Corp certification is a key part of the sustainable sector. So what is this certification and what are the best B Corp clothing brands?
Ecuafina tell us the story of the fair trade artisans behind their beautiful Alpaca blankets, ponchos and plaids from the Ecuadorian Andes
In a complex fashion sector, it has never been more important to understand Bangladesh's textile industry statistics and know just who made our clothes.
Tougher laws and regulations in the fashion industry are needed to propel us into a greener future. Find out why we need governments to step up.
It is likely that all of us have cotton clothing in our wardrobes. But where does cotton come from and who grows the cotton for our clothes?
Are your clothes clean? Learn how to identify child labour free clothing and help stamp out child labour for good with our list of 22 ethical clothing brands.
Fashion brands that pay a living wage are not only creating stunning designs, but are creating a fairer future for the entire fashion industry.