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Uniqlo founder Tadashi Yanai quits SoftBank board, Japan
Tadashi Yanai, founder and chief executive officer of Uniqlo's parent Fast Retailing will resign as independent board member in December end after 18 years to focus on his fashion business, Japan's
Brands, designers used to fast fashion urged to change, United Kingdom
The Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) and the British Fashion Council (BFC) recently encouraged brands, designers and retailers, who are used to fashion’s fast, unforgiving pace, to slow
UK charity calls for avoiding fast fashion post lockdown, United Kingdom
Though the British public are making do and mending clothes during the lockdown, the government, industry and consumers must do more to ensure avoiding a return to ‘fast fashion’, says a report by the
US fashion brand Forever 21 re-enters UK, European market, United Kingdom
US fast fashion brand Forever 21 is launching new localised online stores in the United Kingdom and across Europe to attract British and European consumers due to 'high demand' for the brand after its
US brand Forever 21 turns to e-com after retail failures, United States Of America
US fast fashion brand Forever 21 has announced its e-commerce strategy targeting consumers in the Asia Pacific, Latin America and Canada. It filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the United
Fast Retailing strengthening partnership with Lemaire, Japan
Fast Retailing is strengthening partnership with Lemaire, the brand established by Christophe Lemaire and Sarah-Linh Tran for designing contemporary men's and women's ready-to-wear shoes and
Irish govt set to tackle fast fashion, plastic waste, Ireland
Ireland's 'radical' new waste strategy will focus on reducing plastic packaging waste and waste generated by fast fashion and food items in the country, according to minister for communications,
UN Alliance for Sustainable Fashion addresses fast fashion, Kenya
The UN Alliance for Sustainable Fashion, launched recently at the UN Environment Assembly in Nairobi, is seeking to halt the environmentally and socially destructive practices of fashion and harness
'There will be more calls for fashion to slow down', Global
Fast fashion, has been hugely scrutinised during the COVID-19 crisis, and there will be more calls for fashion to slow down, according to Abdullah Abo Milhim; lecturer in Economics, Finance,
Washington University team studies fast fashion issues, United States Of America
Fast fashion - readily available, inexpensively made clothing – has led to environmental and social justice crisis, claim scientists working on environmental health from Washington University in St
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