New “Crafted in Japan with CORDURA® Fabric” Series Will Launch Fall 2018

  The new video and Instagram campaign will celebrate collaboration with leading Japanese bag and pack makers.   CHIYODA-KU, TOKYO – September 19, 2018 – INVISTA Japan LLC announces its new “Crafted in Japan with CORDURA®︎ Fabric” series in collaboration with leading Japanese brands to showcase specialized manufacturing techniques and cutting-edge design. The campaign is…

Fix Up, Look Sharp

Your Younger colleagues think that you need to dress smarter: according to new studies Recent studies carried out by the Savile Row Company have discovered that more than half of Millennials think that it is important for working environments to have an established, smarter dress code with only a third of Millennials who think that…

Sustainable Stella: Stella McCartney joins Fashion for Good

Stella McCartney; known for being one of the leading sustainable and innovative luxury lifestyle and clothing brands, has joined in partnership with Fashion for Good; a global platform for innovation. Both partners’ are committed to industry-wide collaboration and to integrating disruptive innovations within the fashion supply chain. With the addition of Stella McCartney, Fashion for…

We’ve heard of green fingers but now you can have green toes: Lenzing are working on sustainable faux leather

Lenzing and Covestro have been working hand in hand to develop a sustainable alternative for coated textile materials for shoes. Leather is not only controversial because of the rise of animal welfare, but also due to the impact caused on the environment by the tanning industry with its high water consumption and chemical use, making…

Reebok’s Au Naturale Trainers

Reebok releases their first plant based trainer; made from cotton and corn it is the only footwear product on market containing 75% USDA certified bio-based content. “Most athletic footwear is made using petroleum to create synthetic rubber and foam cushioning systems,” said Bill McInnis, Head of Reebok Future. “With 20 billion pairs of shoes made…