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    Amazon launches the sustainable brand Amazon Aware

    The online commerce giant unveiled Amazon Aware, a new sustainable brand of affordable, carbon neutral fashion, home and beauty. “Customers want to shop in a more aware way; we want to make it easier”, they explain on the site. “Amazon Aware is an essential line for everyday wear, home, beauty and more, all with third-party certifications featured in our Climate Pledge Friendly program”. Why sustainable? The products are certified as “zero emissions”. Climate Partner, a company compliant with the GHG (Greenhouse Gas) protocol, calculates the carbon footprint considering the emissions over the life cycle of the product. In support of its commitment to sustainability, to ward off suspicions of greenwashing, there…

  • Companies / Aziende,  Fashion/Moda,  Uncategorized,  Vintage/Second-hand

    Second-hand fashion: it’s boom time the world and the trend is increasing. Days numbered for fast fashion?

    The year that has just ended has shown an incredible fervor for second-hand clothing, fueled by a series of factors that we tell you about in this article: COVID-19 Digitization of the offer Economic uncertainty Interest in sustainability Influence of social media Search for the unique piece 30-40 billion dollars, the value of the second-hand market A report by Boston Consulting Group created on behalf of Vestiaire Collective, the French online sales platform for luxury second-hand clothes, estimates the current value of the global second-hand market between 30 and 40 billion dollars, equal to 2% of the entire fashion and luxury market. The growth forecast is between 10% and 15%…

  • Companies / Aziende,  Environment/Ambiente,  Fashion/Moda,  Nature,  Uncategorized

    In order to stop the use of furs and exotic skins in fashion companies, PETA has adopted a new tactic

    Italiano/English below Da 25 anni PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals), l’organizzazione impegnata nella difesa dei diritti degli animali, porta avanti campagne contro l’utilizzo delle pellicce, protestando con cartelli al di fuori dei negozi delle aziende che le vendono o saltando sulle passerelle durante le sfilate di moda. Ultimamente ha trovato un nuovo modo per poter far sentire la sua voce: acquisire titoli azionari su scala ridotta. Nel 2015 PETA ha acquisito una singola azione di Hermès del valore di $360. Nel 2016 ha annunciato di aver acquisito una quota unica delle azioni di LVMH Moët Hennessy (Louis Vuitton, Dior, Givenchy, Loewe, Fendi, Marc Jacobs e altri marchi),…