Countries involved: Sweden, Spain
The partners who worked on this project – Diana Svensson, founder of the Swedish children’s clothing brand Peek-A-Poo – and the Spanish clothing and accessories company RAPIFE – have created the first brand of premature baby clothes capable of simplify the interaction in the hospital environment of…Read More
Fashion designers, startups, green entrepreneurs! We would like to hear the opinion of stakeholders on how to best clear the way for sustainable fashion. Remember, Fashion For Change is designed to help innovative start-ups and SMEs across Europe implement and scale up circular fashion models. That’s why we’ve set up a little poll for you to tel…Read More
Michael Laermann is celebrating The official launch of the “Fashion For Change” accelerator programme.
The EU-COSME funded project “Fashion For Change” is now under way! Over the next three years, we will help SMEs, designers and start-ups from the European fashion sector scale-up and accelerate their sustainable businesses while increasing awareness about circular fashion among stakeholders, including consumers. The five consortium partners Civ…Read More
Functional fashion for wheelchair users: the social enterprise doing good business
When it comes to clothes, the options for people with disabilities can often be sparse.
Impractical, ill-fitting, styleless garb is frequently all that is available. Slovenian-Croatian startup UCQC is attempting to change that by creating functional, trendy…Read More
As consumers step out of their loungewear post-lockdown, many might be looking to buy new clothes. Whether you’re buying sweatpants or sequins, online or in-store, ethical fashion shopping can be confusing. There are so many terms, certifications, and accreditation systems — not to mention the marketing spin and corporate
greenwashing — to na…Read More