The Berlin startup Threadcounts is tracking and tracing the journey of fairtrade textiles - from farm, to consumer, to recycling centre. All with the help of the blockchain and a product passport that shows just how sustainable your clothing really is.
The fast fashion market (and its huge environmental footprint) has been growing exponentially over the past few decades; while sales of secondhand clothing, facilitated by digital tools, are also on the rise. But is it enough to stem mainstream fashion's toxic tide?
Cotton is the world's "dirtiest crop" - with a huge environmental and social impact on our planet. Now one startup in London is looking at how tech could help make production more sustainable and transparent.
A Spanish company's technology is making jeans more sustainable by eliminating the usage of chemicals in the process, saving water and energy.
The German design consultancy Design for Circularity aims to achieve true sustainability in the fashion industry by using an extended resource loop that reduces waste.