Fashion

Multinationals In The Time Of Virus

The coronavirus pandemic, set to provoke a severe global recession this year, is hitting multinational companies disproportionately. Here is a list of winners and losers, according to a study published on Tuesday from the research unit of Italian bank Mediobanca, based on results from the first quarter of 2020. The Winners:InternetGlobal internet companies are the top performers, managing to maintain their momentum even during the worst of the coronavirus crisis.

13 May 2020
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Circular fashion: A sustainable solution

The fashion industry’s desire to be on-trend drives its business operations by reducing collection periods and accelerating inventory turns. But high levels of consumption also mean a high level of waste.

21 February 2020
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Changing Cambodia’s fashion industry

The world has been taking a beating from environmental abuse by industries, particularly where waste management is concerned. In a traditional economy, mainly dominated by a linear model of take-make-and-dispose, not much consideration is given to the material’s end-of-life. Resources or inputs are harvested from the environment, manufactured into materials, and channelled into the industrial process to make products.

31 January 2020
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Saving the environment with circular fashion

The fashion industry’s desire to be on-trend drives its business operations by reducing collection periods and accelerating inventory turns. But high levels of consumption also mean a high level of waste.

18 August 2019
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Indonesia to rule billion-dollar industry?

The State of Global Islamic Economy Report 2018/2019 states that fashion consumption among Muslims across the world is currently valued at US$270 billion and is projected to continue to increase at a growth rate of five percent.

8 May 2019
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Fashion needs to get environment-friendly fast

The world has been on the receiving end of environmental abuse lately from numerous industries, particularly where waste management is concerned. In a traditional economy, mainly dominated by a linear model of take-make-and-dispose, not much consideration is given to the material’s end-of-life. Resources or inputs are harvested from the environment, manufactured into materials, and channelled into the industrial process to make products.

14 March 2019
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Refashioning the fashion industry

The world has been taking a beating from environmental abuse by industries, particularly where waste management is concerned. In a traditional economy, mainly dominated by a linear model of take-make-and-dispose, not much consideration is given to the material’s end-of-life. Resources or inputs are harvested from the environment, manufactured into materials, and channelled into the industrial process to make products.

1 October 2018
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