Sustainability Roundup: Nike, Reformation, Net-A-Porter and Nuuly

Source: Net-a-Porter

Source: Net-a-Porter

Welcome to our Sustainability Roundup! This is our newest series dedicated to sustainability. Moving forward, we’ll be covering news, companies we like and more.

In the News

  1. Nike recently partnered with Central Saint Martins on a sustainability manual that layous out the principles of circular design. (Fast Company)

  2. Urban Outfitters is betting on millenials with Nuuly, their Rent the Runway-like rental program that’s $88 a month and launches this summer. (PSFK)

  3. Net-a-Porter just launched Net Sustain, a line that focuses on considered, thoughtful fashion. (Harpers Bazaar)

  4. Read how Reformation attracts a cult following and focuses on sustainability. (Business Insider)

  5. Meet Hours, an extended size fashion label rooted in consciously made pieces. (Fashionista)

Website We Like: Good on You

Good on You helps consumers discover ethical brands and with their rating system, you can see which brands are doing great and those that aren’t. Their evaluation covers the planet, people and animals too.


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