Paint your clothes and redesign your t-shirts: revive your wardrobe with Fashion Revolution | Fashion

A week after lockdown began to ease in the UK, Fashion Revolution Week (FRW) kicks off today with a reminder that “back-to-normal” isn’t always best – especially when it comes to the fashion industry.

“Covid was like a giant magnifying lens that showed us very clearly where we keep going wrong as people on this planet,” says Orsola de Castro, founder and global creative director of Fashion Revolution, pointing to exploitation and abuse which, she says, “are rife” in supply chains.

The aim of Fashion Revolution – which de Castro established in 2013 in response to the collapse of

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Chemical Abortion by Mail Is Cruelty to Women and Girls

The Biden-Harris Food and Drug Administration just gave the green light to abortion pills by mail. They are using the coronavirus pandemic as cover, even as people are getting vaccinated and things are opening up. It’s disingenuous and it is cruel. Girls who find themselves pregnant frequently have no idea that a chemical abortion is an abortion. They think it’s birth control. They think it’s the responsible thing to do. I’ve heard this from multiple 17-year-old black girls in recent weeks. If you have a Black Lives Matter sign, can we agree that a pregnant girl should know what

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Sustainable fashion: your guide to eco-aware shopping

‘Sustainable fashion’: a phrase common in today’s luxury parlance. But the popularity of a term doesn’t make it any easier to unpack. In fact, it makes it even more difficult to understand if a brand or retailer is operating from an environmentally-aware manufacturing perspective, or is greenwashing its production practices.

For today’s conscious consumer, the buzzwords around sustainability are becoming increasingly impenetrable, from circular economy to supply chains, traceability to carbon footprint, mycelium to micro plastics, regenerated to recycled. Not forgetting the host of conscious certifications used to to label garments (BCI, GOTS, Oekeo-Tex, Cradle to Cradle to name just

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Fitbit announces new style-focused Luxe smartband

Enlarge / Lifestyle photo of Fitbit Luxe.


Fitbit has just announced its first fashion-focused, bangle-style tracker—the Fitbit Luxe. True to its luxurious name, the stainless-steel Luxe will come in a $200 special edition, styled with gorjana jewelry as its band (coming in June) but the $150 silicon band version is available for pre-order now.

Both will come with six months of the Fitbit Premium membership (usually $10 a month or $80 per year), which affords users some guided fitness programs, over 200 workout videos, deeper sleep analysis, about 60 nutrition articles and recipes, and other resources to learn

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Apple’s AirTag Accessories Include Polyurethane Loop, Leather Loop, and Leather Key Ring

Apple’s newly unveiled AirTag tracking devices can be placed in a bag or pocket on their own, or they can be attached to a range of new Apple-designed AirTag accessories.

The Polyurethane Loop, which Apple describes as lightweight and durable, is available in White, Deep Navy, Sunflower, and Electric Orange, and costs $29.

The Leather Key Ring features specially tanned European leather, and is available in Saddle Brown, PRODUCT(RED), and Baltic Blue for $35. Meanwhile, the Leather Loop comes in Saddle Brown and PRODUCT(RED) for $39.

The enclosure of each accessory fits securely around AirTag, while conveniently attaching to a

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Target’s Latest Designer Collaboration Spotlights The Future of Fashion

No one understands the art of fashion collaboration better than Target. The retail giant has been introducing directional fashion to the masses since 1999 via limited-edition capsules with labels like Rodarte, Anna Sui, and Proenza Schouler. Affordable, accessible, and stylish, these collections have become a rite of passage for designers looking to break through to a broader audience. In the past, these partnerships were focused on one designer and their specific point-of-view, but today’s reveal of the second Designer Dress Collection takes the concept in a new direction. Instead of a single designer, three of the buzziest names of the

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