The Worn Wear program means customers can purchase used Patagonia clothing, as well as trade their own used garments for store credit.
Inspired by an ancient design, these natural rubber sandals will comfort your feet without harming the Earth.
A new style of folded plastic art has helped keep 1 million six-pack rings out of the ocean.
Now any designer can access a mobile database that ranks materials on four impact areas: water, chemistry, energy, and waste.
An Estonian designer has created the world’s first demonstration of textile waste upcycling in mass production.
LAUNCH imagines a textiles industry that drives human prosperity and replenishes the planet’s resources, rather than depleting them.
Instead of worrying about throwing these shoes in a landfill, you can simply bury them in your garden, guilt-free.
AirDye eliminates many of the toxic ingredients and wasteful practices now rampant in the textiles industry
Puma’s InCycle collection helps customers reduce personal waste generation while also decreasing petroleum consumption.
Using unlikely materials to form the frames allows Eco Sunglasses to be crafted through a fairly simple, non-toxic production process.