Allbirds is neutralizing its carbon footprint, one pair of shoes at a time.
We aRe SpinDye
We aRe SpinDye is revolutionizing synthetic-textile dyeing—and helping save the planet at the same time.
DHL is greening the last mile with electric vehicles and more.
Eon is using digital identities to prepare garments for the circular economy.
Recycled, recyclable and biodegradable under the right conditions, PrimaLoft’s new synthetic fibers are like no other on the market.
Adidas is reducing its reliance on virgin plastic—and cleaning up the oceans at the same time.
Oeko-Tex’s new sustainable leather certification brings transparency to one of the industry’s most challenging value chains.
Canopy’s ForestMapper helps brands steer clear of ancient and endangered ecosystems.
Reformation uses collaboration as a driver of sustainable innovation.
Patagonia is fighting climate change with political action, sustainable materials and regenerative agriculture.
Sustainable Apparel Coalition
The Sustainable Apparel Coalition continues to hone the Higg Index to improve supply-chain transparency.
Stuffstr addresses circularity in retail from start to finish.
HeiQ Materials and DuPont
HeiQ and DuPont have linked arms to offer a first-of-its-kind durable water repellent for leather sans fluorinated chemicals.
Akshay Sethi, CEO and Co-Founder
Ambercycle extracts polyester at the molecular level from mixed-fiber garments and spins it into new yarn.
Asics is shrinking its carbon footprint, in part, by giving old clothes a new purpose.
Vaude’s Green Shape Core Collection showcases the future of sustainable outdoor gear.
Lenzing’s revolutionary Tencel x Refibra lyocell now contains 10 percent more post-industrial recycled cotton, but the company isn’t stopping there.
Pangaia takes an innovative, plant-based approach to textile materials.
Open Apparel Registry
The Open Apparel Registry is making it easier for the apparel industry to share data, improve efficiencies and increase collaboration.
Isaac Nichelson, CEO and Co-Founder
Waste not want not: Circular Systems is turning agricultural surplus into high-value textiles.
For Days’s closed-loop clothing line is a zero-waste revolution in the making.
LimeLoop is creating a future where goods are transported—and tracked—in reusable packaging.
One way to reduce microplastic pollution? Stop synthetic fibers from shedding in the first place. Polartec is on the case.
Kering is pushing for healthier soils, healthier materials and traceable supply chains.
ThredUp is making shopping for secondhand clothing a mainstream activity.
Alfie Germano, CEO and Managing Director
Nanollose has cracked the code of tree-free viscose using bacteria and discarded coconut waste.