‘The Rebels: From the Underground’ – a phygital fashion collection by ‘The Rebels’. © The Rebels

26/01/2023 – Phygital Fashion

Phygital Fashion

Digital clothing can help to limit impulsive fashion purchases

Retail purchases, especially in fashion, are often made on impulse, which has a detrimental effect on the planet. Digital twins of real-life clothing ... By  Sibylle Michel

Fespa Global Print Expo and European Sign Expo 2023 will offer visitors a wealth of product innovations for digital, screen and textile printing and signage. © Fespa

25/01/2023 – Trade fairs

Trade fairs

Fespa 2023: New perspectives on print and signage

Fespa Global Print Expo 2023 returns to Messe Munich, Germany, from 23–26 May 2023, with a mission to share “New Perspectives” with print and sign professionals. By  Sibylle Michel

The EU regulation on deforestation-free supply chains was adopted at the end of 2022. © malp/

25/01/2023 – Deforestation-free supply chains

Deforestation-free supply chains

Kelheim Fibres welcomes EU agreement

Kelheim Fibres welcomes the preliminary political agreement reached between the European Parliament and the Council on an EU regulation on deforestation-free ... By  Sibylle Michel

Textile manufacturers and fashion operators will be able to see high-end textiles and accessories on the global market. © Milano Unica

20/01/2023 – Trade fairs

Trade fairs

Milano Unica’s special areas and exhibitors

The 36th edition of Milano Unica, 31 January to 2 February, will feature the proposals of the leading Italian textiles and accessories companies for the ... By  Sibylle Michel

The Home-Compostable Polybag Project is the third Fashion for Good polybag project following the Circular Polybag Pilot and Reusable Packaging projects. © Michael Dziedzic

17/01/2023 – Recycling


Compostable alternatives to landfill polybags

Fashion for Good has launched the Home-Compostable Polybag Project, a pilot to test alternatives to conventional single-use polybags. By  Sibylle Michel

With 900 international exhibitors on a total area of around 42,500 sqm, the Munich Fabric Start is strongly booked. © Munich Fabric Start

16/01/2023 – Trade fairs

Trade fairs

Sustainability and digitalisation at Munich Fabric Start

The international fabric trade show Munich Fabric Start is initiating a combined area for sustainability and digitalisation in the centre of the show in ... By  Sibylle Michel