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Consumers

International Day Explains Why Cotton is More than Just a Commodity

This October 7 will mark the official United Nations (U.N.) World Cotton Day, when this humble plant and fiber is acknowledged not just for the fabric it brings to the…

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Consumers

Fashion & Natural Fibers

Microplastic pollution from synthetic textiles can be found all over the world — from Mount Everest, the highest point on the planet, to the Mariana Trench, the deepest oceanic trench…

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Consumers

How Fashion Can Give the People What They Want

On World Oceans Day this past June, the U.S. Secretary of the Interior issued an order that aims to reduce the sale and distribution of single-use plastic products and packaging,…

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Retail/Brands

What Do Parents & Students Want?

Although one tired teacher took to Twitter in early June begging companies to hold off on Back-to-School ads until August, students in the U.S. return to their classrooms anytime from…

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Supply Chain

Why Microplastic Pollution is Still Fashion’s Concern

Although numerous residents of New Jersey are still openly bemoaning the plastic bag ban that took effect in May, millions of people around the globe are participating in Plastic Free…

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Consumers

Summer Fashion Trends

Two seemingly dichotomous trends are taking place this season: the “coastal grandmother” and “feral girl summer.” Sure, they may both sound odd as far as trends go. But this is…

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Retail/Brands

Sustainable Cotton Apparel

Brands Stepping Up Their Sustainability Game

As consumers become more aware of sustainability, some fashion brands are making concerted efforts to not just be seen as an eco-conscious brand, but to change their practices and supply…

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Retail/Brands

The Time is Now for Natural Fibers

Scientists around the globe were recently shocked when temperatures over Earth’s poles soared: Antarctica was more than 70 degrees warmer than average, while areas of the Artic registered temps more…

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Supply Chain

On World Water Day:
How Fashion Can Do Its Part

Earth is called the Blue Planet because it’s covered mostly in water. And since 1993, World Water Day has been held every year on March 22 to “celebrate water and…

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Consumers

Anything But Basics

The U.S. has been living with COVID for two years, and nobody knows that more than parents of young children. “Between remote schooling and playdates being cancelled, children’s routines are…

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