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It’s official: you can stop washing your jeans. And that’s a direct suggestion from Levi Strauss & Co. CEO, Chip Bergh.
Levi's recently made 100,000 pairs of women’s jeans with 100 percent recycled water. End result: savings of 12 million liters of this precious resource.
Could 2014 be the year sustainable fashion becomes more mainstream? After a difficult 2013, we had better hope so.
San Francisco made progress toward its goal of becoming a zero-waste city in working with Levi's. Read about the Progress with Less campaign.
Levi Strauss & Co. is no stranger to innovation. Since the inception of the blue jean, the company has been hard at work revolutionizing its design and manufacturing practices. The latest is its Wellthread process.
Osmium released its first jacket this fall: 100% made in America using wool from The Woolrich Company in Pennsylvania. Check out the timeless styles here.
Levi's rollout of its latest sustainable apparel line, the Dockers Wellthread collection, is another step in responsible supply chain sourcing.
Armenia’s imports of bikes, primarily from the European Union, China, Taiwan and Turkey, grew by an unprecedented 61 percent during the first quarter of 2013, according to official data. Yerevan's traffic, pictured above, encourages biking, which many young people also see as a fashion statement.
In my latest article on Guardian Sustainable Business, I discuss how dyeing has an enormous impact on wastewater worldwide.
In the United Kingdom, Wrag Wrap aims to turn unwanted tents into reusable gift wrap.
Osmium is a men's clothing manufacturer based in New England; Mark Paigen's journey is typical of what many American clothing makers confront daily.
In the wake of the Bangladesh tragedy, here are a few suggestions of more eco, fair, ethical, and local companies from which to purchase clothing.