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#SupplyChain Transparency: MUD Jeans Is Documenting Their Supply Chain To Show Customers

MUD Jeans travels to Tunisia to show its customers how new jeans are being made from recycled denim fabrics.

Dutch denim brand MUD Jeans, known for allowing consumers to lease jeans rather than own them, is heading to Tunisia to document how it manufactures new jeans from recycled fabrics.

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DC Fashion Foundation Launches DCFI Fashion Collective with The Market @ Macys

DCFI FASHION COLLECTIVE HOSTS A PRE-LAUNCH AND POP-UP RECEPTION

Last month Macy’s department store announced a major collaboration with the DC Fashion Foundation. A select group of emerging brands will be granted prime retail floor space in the new Market @ Macys Las Vegas beginning June 3,

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WHAT I LOVE: 7 Questions for Natasha Louise Hyldager, Founder of Aesthete Lingerie #sustainablefashion

Aesthete Lingerie Makes Sustainability Sexy

Aesthete, http://www.aestheteboutique.com

Natasha Louise Hyldager is on a mission. She is determined to create beautiful, sexy lingerie using sustainable materials. Aesthete is that mission. It is the first brand to make lingerie from a mix of hemp and silk.

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WHAT I LOVE: 7 QUESTIONS FOR ALISTAIR BARNES, FOUNDER OF BALLO SUNGLASSES #sustainablefashion

BALLO SUNGLASSES WILL MAKE YOU FALL IN LOVE WITH WOOD

BALLO SUNGLASSES, https://www.ballo.co.za/

At the core of every pair of Ballo sunglasses is a combination of recycled paper and off-cut timber laminated together with bio-resin. Every pair of their wooden frames is made by hand.

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Designer Spotlight: Rebecca Ballard, Founder & CEO of Maven Women #InternationalWomensDay

Rebecca Ballard is the Founder & CEO of Maven Women. She worked on human and labor rights issues around the globe. Rebecca quickly learned about the global negative impact of the fashion industry. The collapse of Rana Plaza in Bangladesh was a turning point in global consciousness and the devastation propelled Rebecca to deeply ponder the best way to integrate my love of great style and passion for human rights.

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