As consumer demand for sustainable, ethically-sourced products heightens, here at WGSN we’re dedicated to highlighting the opportunities this challenge presents across the board.

11 posts  |  Last entry Apr 19, 2018


The Sustainability Series: Learning from the V&A’s “Fashioned from Nature”

Fashioned from Nature, the V&A's latest fashion offering, opened its doors to the press yesterday and is anticipated to become the most popular of the museum's exhibitions this year.

Sustainability 2018: Adapting to a new ecosystem

As sustainability continues to play a key role on the UK high street, retail must go further than simply offering sustainable collections - new ethical ecosystems must be developed. Here's our four strategies for success.

The Sustainability Series: Purpose past, present, future

As part of WGSN's Sustainability Series, we hear from People Made co-founder Brook Calverley on the importance of brand purpose.

Why kidswear clothing rentals are the future of babywear

In a world where fashion and excess go hand-in-hand, companies are looking to move away from linear manufacturing models towards circular ones. WGSN sat down with Mia Bella Babies, online babywear rental service to find out more about this circular approach.


A move to bioplastics: Electrolux’s eco-friendly fridge

In an era where we’re acutely conscious of the damage widespread use of plastics is doing to the planet, Electrolux has just unveiled the world’s first bioplastic concept fridge.

Australian Circular Fashion: Retail’s sustainable future

This month, Australian Circular Fashion will run Australia’s first ever fashion conference designed to build economically viable means to practice sustainable and circular manufacturing. ACF reports for WGSN.

Getting sustainable: Small steps brands are taking now

WGSN's Alice Gividen takes a look at three large brands that are taking small, considered steps towards sustainability.

LFW: Toogood talk gender, sustainability and the beauty of ageing

WGSN's Alice Gividen caught up with design duo Toogood- sisters who use their rural countryside upbringing to make considered and ethical unisex clothes.


NYFW: Colovos- A collection with a conscience

We're always on the lookout for sustainable fashion- the Colovos show proved that sustainable fashion is more wearable than ever.


The Sustainability Series: A conversation with LOVIA

WGSN sustainability series: We caught up with Finnish brand LOVIA, an accessories brand that lets you trace every material used, right down to the dust bag.

The Sustainability Series: Brands to watch, circular fashion and ethical choices

Stylist and fashion blogger Rebecca Piersol from The Crystal Press and thredUP weighs in on the state of sustainable fashion for WGSN Insider.