Climate change is forcing fast fashion retailers like Primark to confront the environmental implications of their supply chain.
Fast fashion players like H&M and Zara massively disrupted the world of apparel retailing via compressed supply chains. Will beauty be the next category to experience this type of shock?
Taking a look at H&M’s sustainability efforts to curb climate change
Zara plans to achieve corporate social responsibility regarding climate change by 2020
Reformation is a fashion B-Corp, whose mission is to disrupt fashion can combat climate change through sustainability.
H&M experiences the impacts of climate change across the value chain in several ways. Can H&M reduce the footprint of their garments and get the customer involved to help drive change?
The emergence of fast fashion has drastically affected the way and rate at which clothing is consumed. The fiber economics bureau reported that per capita consumption of fiber in the US is 83.9 lbs, with over 40 lbs / capita […]
Cuyana, a direct-to-consumer apparel and accessories brand, focuses on selling fewer, better things to decrease the environmental impact of apparel manufacturing and disposal.
Fast fashion is fundamentally antithetical to sustainability, but H&M is leading the charge to minimize its environmental impact.
As H&M operates nearly 4000 stores worldwide , its very actions stand to destroy its success soon.