Milking Sustainable Fashion

LA-based sustainable brand Mi Terro makes t-shirts out of excess milk. How is this done? It began when CEO and co-founder Robert Luo...

One Stop Sustainable Shop

Shoppers can now access a variety of different sustainable brands at the convenience of just one site. Buho, an e-commerce retailer, went...

One X One

At the UN General Assembly last Monday, Swarovski and non-profit Study Hall announced the launch of One X One, a new global initiative to...

Gucci Goes Green

Shortly after Gabriela Hearst announced that she produced the first carbon-neutral runway show with her Spring 2020 collection, Gucci...

Certifiably Sustainable

As labels incorporate sustainability into their brand strategy, it becomes increasingly difficult to determine who is sustainable, and...

Hyundai Car Seats Become Chic

Last Friday, Maria Cornejo of Zero + Maria Cornejo and Hyundai unveiled their 15-piece collection named Re:Style. The collection featured...

A Student's "Fresh" Take on Trash

A University of Michigan student takes initiative to clean up the nearly 22 million pounds of plastic in the Great Lakes by establishing...

Let Me Eat Your Clothes

A new approach to the sustainable fashion lifecycle focuses not only on the types of materials used but also the disposal of those...

'Lover' Inspired Line Goes Live

A limited-edition fashion line by Taylor Swift and Stella McCartney unveils today on Swift's YouTube Live. The collection is inspired by...

 
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High Fashion/Low Impact curates the latest fashion sustainability news, focusing on events that balance environmental responsibilities with stakeholder interests. We aim to provide short, informative articles for busy individuals who are interested in fashion sustainability and business strategy. Originally founded in New York City in 2019, High Fashion/Low Impact is now headquartered in Venice Beach, Los Angeles.