We live in a disposable age. There are so many disposable items being tossed in the trash on a daily basis it makes your head spin. The sad news is that each and every one of those disposable items that get thrown away ends up sitting somewhere – in a landfill, in a river, a lake or an ocean and…
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced an executive order Thursday banning city agencies from purchasing single-use plastics.
PROJECT’s DENIM ROOM was a special section of the show featuring dual-gender brands and panels on topics surrounding the denim industry.
The ten largest clothing retailers in the UK have been asked to submit evidence for a government inquiry into the sustainability of the fashion industry.
If you’re a creature of the 21st century, odds are you’ve stumbled upon the nascent DIY movement. From baking our bread to stitching our own clothes to raising back yard chickens and growing our own vegetables—even restoring our own furniture—the past few decades have seen a resurgence in our appreciation for crafts, right down to craft beer. But have you ever thatched your own roof with grasses that you grew in your own back yard? Or spent hours researching the secret behind making the best kind of haystack? Alexander Langlands has, and in his new book, Cræft, he takes DIY to a whole new level. Part how-to, part memoir, the book gets at what it means to make things with your own hands, and how this experience connects us both to the past and to our present sense of place.