Here are this week’s top trending stories:
Nike Forward said to be most significant innovation since Dri-Fit
US sportswear giant Nike, Inc has unveiled what it says is its most significant apparel innovation since Dri-Fit, moving away from traditional knit and woven processes to develop Nike Forward, a material said to have lighter density than traditional knit fleece and comprised of 70% recycled content.
Sustainability in the age of uncertainty
We live in an age of uncertainty and with this uncertainty comes a shaky economy and a challenging business environment for the apparel industry, but what does it mean for sustainability, asks Robert Antoshak, partner at Gherzi Textil Organisation.
Tesco to withdraw footwear from F&F offering
Tesco is to stop selling footwear under its F&F banner following a review of the brand.
SAC explores how to communicate green data with consumers
The Sustainable Apparel Coalition (SAC) says it continues to explore ways to communicate environmental information to consumers after the Norwegian competition watchdog indicated claims in general, and based on Higg data, must be sufficiently documented and qualified.
BGMEA, Jeanologia collaborate on promoting green technologies
Bangladesh’s garment industry is furthering its commitment to sustainability through a new partnership with Spanish sustainable technology firm Jeanologia.