Zero-waste fashion design refers to the practice of creating garments in a way that no material waste is generated in the making process.
nat-2™ is a German based footwear company making sustainable and eco-friendly sneakers from the most innovative and unimaginable materials.
Milk fibre is gaining some momentum, could it be the green answer the fashion industry is awaiting for?
Favini is an Italian high-end paper manufacturer making luxurious and ecological papers from the waste of the fashion and food industries.
Orange Fiber is an Italian company creating sustainable and luxury fabrics from the food waste of the citrus juice industry.
Rebel Nell is a social enterprise making jewellery from graffiti scraps and empowering women facing barriers to employment to a life of independence.
Free online fashion courses launched by major university around the World to help you develop new skills and learn about fashion design, sustainability, business and management.
Designer Elissa Brunato created the ‘Bio Iridescent Sequin’, a plastic free and biodegradable shimmering bead made from natural cellulose.
Four designers developed five machines able to transform discarded lobster shells into home-compostable items degradable in 4 to 6 weeks.
QWSTION recently introduce ‘Minimal Collection’, a collection of bags made from a banana-based material using a zero waste cutting technique.