- Now online: Levi's starts resale service on secondhand.levi.com
- *** MCM launches the first sustainable sneakers for the fall / winter season 20/21 *** Veja tests store for repairs and recycling *** Munich Fabric Start becomes FabricDays (1-3.8.2020) *** The Berlin label Maison Hēroïne now uses recycled leather *** Second-hand online marketplace Rebelle publishes first re-sale report *** Emma Watson becomes chair of the “Sustainability Committee” of the supervisory board at Kering *** Wolford expands sustainable commitment *** TOMS works with CO2 -negative material *** *** QVC launches its own seal QVC Clean Beauty *** More visibility for poor women through new Head of Wholesale Greta Meyza ***
- Out now: a compostable capsule collection by Viktor & Rolf x Calida ***
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