It’s no secret the fashion industry has a big problem when it comes to sustainability: every year £140 million worth of clothing ends up in landfill according to WRAP UK. The champion of sustainable fashion is undoubtedly Stella McCartney, with the British designer spearheading the uses of recyclable fabrics, organic cotton and synthetic leathers. Announced today at the Copenhagen Fashion Summit, the pilot aims to empower brands by offering them greater insight on the impact of their supply chains.
Fashion designer Stella McCartney had a night out with her sister Mary on Tuesday night as the pair attended Vanity Fair x Bloomberg climate change dinner in London.
Stella McCartney is set to back a United Nations charter to promote sustainable fashion and target some of the environmental threats the industry currently poses. The British designer will work alongside high street fast fashion brands, who have yet to be announced, to help them set out plans to reduce their carbon footprint without compromising on business strategies. The charter will be officially launched on 10 December at the UN’s annual convention on climate change, which takes place in Katowice, Poland.
Newlyweds Meghan Markle and Prince Harry as they leave for their wedding reception at Frogmore House. Meghan Markle’s bateau-neck Givenchy wedding dress will go down as one of the most talked-about gowns in history.