This week, Fashion for Good celebrates its first year by hosting Innovation Fest, at their hub in Amsterdam. Approximately 180 innovators, brands, producers, retailers, suppliers, non-profit organisations and investors convened to discover breakthrough ideas and network with others united, in a shared ambition to make fashion a force for good.
From today Ambercycle, BEXT360 and Tyton Biosciences join forces with Fashion for Good, as the three new participants in the Scaling Programme. These companies focus on chemical recycling and traceability solutions. They will now get the unique opportunity to connect to manufacturers, brands and investors capable of helping them fast-track the implementation and adoption of their daring innovations.
Fashion for Good-Plug and Play accelerator announces third batch of start-ups
We’re seeking a Manager for the new Fashion for Good Experience. Launching in September 2018, the Fashion for Good Experience will be a combination of premium retail, storytelling, interactive learning, and world-class programming.
Fashion for Good, a global initiative to make all fashion good, and adidas, a global leader in the sporting goods industry, today announce their partnership to accelerate and scale sustainable innovation in the apparel industry.
Fashion for Good, a global initiative to make all fashion good, today announced their partnership with Zalando, the leading European online fashion platform, to accelerate and scale sustainable innovation in the fashion industry.
Today, Fashion for Good celebrates its first year of operations by hosting an industry event on “Accelerating and Scaling Daring Innovation” at its hub in central Amsterdam.
Fashion for Good, a global initiative to make all fashion good, and ColorZen, the New York-based textile dyeing innovator, have announced their partnership to drive sustainable change that is accessible, affordable and attractive.
Fashion for Good, a global initiative to make all fashion good, and The Infinited Fiber Company, a Finland-based textile chemical recycling company, jointly announce today that they will be collaborating through Fashion for Good’s Scaling Programme to facilitate change that is accessible, affordable and attractive for all.
The EcoChic Design Award is the world’s largest sustainable design competition for emerging designers. It is organised by Redress, an environmental NGO working to reduce waste in the fashion industry. On 2 November 2017, Fashion for Good partnered with Redress to launch an exhibition featuring designs from this year’s competition finalists.
Fashion for Good, a global initiative to make all fashion good, and Worn Again, the London-based textile chemical recycling company, jointly announce today that they will be collaborating through Fashion for Good’s Scaling Programme to facilitate change that is accessible, affordable and attractive for all.
This December, visitors are invited to get inspired and feel the spirit of sustainable innovation at Fashion for Good’s Holiday Festivities, hosted at our first hub in the centre of Amsterdam.
This November, Fashion for Good is partnering with Redress, the Hong Kong-based NGO working to cut waste out of fashion, for a special exhibition showcasing select pieces from their EcoChic Design Award 2017 finalists’ collections.
Fashion for Good is pleased to announce a new collaboration with SoftWear Automation Inc., an Atlanta-based robotic sewing company. SoftWear and Fashion for Good will work together to encourage the widespread use of fully automated Sewbot™ worklines for t-shirts and apparel, footwear and home goods.
We are always looking for new hosts – if you’d love to show people around our space and share key info with them about who we are and what we do, please register your interest!
Fashion for Good, Plug and Play, C&A, Galeries Lafayette Group and Kering announced the graduation of its inaugural batch of start-ups and unveiled the innovators that will join the programme’s second edition.
Fashion for Good is pleased to announce a new collaboration with Tamicare Ltd, a UK based company specialised in innovative 3D textile printing. Tamicare and Fashion for Good will work together to promote the use of Tamicare’s breakthrough Cosyflex® — the world’s first technology developed to mass produce 3D printed finished textile products — within the apparel and footwear sector.
Katrin Ley, an experienced professional in the fields of apparel and impact investing, joins the global initiative as Managing Director.
After the launch of the Lafayette Plug and Play innovation platform in 2016, the Galeries Lafayette group pursues its innovation strategy and becomes a corporate partner of the Plug and Play – Fashion for Good accelerator, alongside its founding brand partners Kering, the global luxury group, C&A, the global fashion retailer and the C&A Foundation.
Want to find out more about Fashion for Good? Watch this video to see how our focus on innovation, collaboration, and community can reimagine the fashion industry. It gives a snapshot of who we are, what we want to achieve and how we aim to achieve it.
You are invited to meet the innovators, brands and impact investors and discuss how to make fashion a force for good on the 17th of May from 18:00 – 21:00 at Rokin 102, 1012 KZ Amsterdam, Netherlands.
C&A collaborated with Fashion for Good to develop the first Cradle to Cradle Certified™ GOLD fashion garment and plans to further intensify the collaboration going forward.
Fashion for Good began its life on March 30th on a sunny afternoon in Amsterdam. Representatives from major brands, key initiatives and dynamic startups across the fashion and sustainability sectors came together at our HQ at 102 Rokin to learn about our philosophy and play their part.
Fashion for Good, Plug and Play and Kering have revealed the sustainable textile start-ups awarded a place in the ‘Plug and Play – Fashion for Good’ accelerator to support the scale-up of their innovations.
Fashion for Good aims to make all fashion good. Innovation is key to achieving that goal.
Fashion for Good is making an industry-wide call for collaboration to transform the apparel industry at a gathering of innovators, fashion and sustainability thought leaders today in Amsterdam.
Interview with Saeed Amidi, CEO of Plug and Play, describing how startups have the potential to accelerate the transformation of the fashion industry.
Interview with Erik Schilp, managing partner of the consultancy boutique VISSCH+STAM and curator of the launchpad exhibition of the Fashion for Good Experience.
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