Taking Stock of FashionWeek and Sustainability Trends

Taking Stock of FashionWeek and Sustainability Trends

With the New York, London, and Milan fashion weeks having unfolded | https://www.thenational.ae/lifestyle/nine-fashion-trends-for-2020-1.985772 |, some of the ramifications are clear for sustainability and the ongoing effort to reform an industry long known for wasteful practices. 
Take the Milan fashion week, for example. By far the biggest trend on display was sustainability and ecological consciousness. Giorgio Armani showcased a line of clothing made from “regenerated materials” – in other words, clothing made from recycled materials. 
Marni’s Francesco Risso used leftover fabric from past collections, creating mismatched hybrids of silks, brocades, and metallics. And Paul Andrew of Salvatore Ferragamo, for his part, used leather wastes to produce shoes and bags. 
Meanwhile, Gucci has announced plans to convert its entire supply chain to carbon-neutral status | https://therising.co/2020/02/29/fashion-week-2020-sustainable-practices/ |. Toward this end, Gucci has established a partnership with the UN’s Redd+ program to help fund reforestation. 
London Fashion Week drew headlines when the advocacy group Extinction Rebellion demonstrated against it, but in truth, there were many reasons to celebrate it for sustainability | https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/fashion/london-fashion-week-2020-sustainability-environment-mulberry-anya-hindmarch-extinction-rebellion-a9342511.html |. 
 
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