Team Blog

This articles are our call to action to a new awareness of the fashion industry.

Sustainability

Outland Denim – A sustainable career path is the key to true social change

Outland Denim crafts premium denim jeans designed to bring the worlds of our seamstresses and our customers closer together.

It was founded as an avenue for the training, employment, and career progression for women who had experienced exploitation. Today they welcome employees from varying backgrounds of vulnerability and social injustice to elevate people into prosperity via opportunity, skills acquisition, living wages and education.

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Sustainability

Fashion B Corp: why it is important to become one and how you can do it

In an era in which consumers are becoming increasingly aware, and climate change requires a rapid turnaround, fashion brands are called upon not only to commit to fostering change but to demonstrate their commitment to making it happen.
A solution seems to be the B Corps, but how to become one? In this article, we tell you why and how The ID Factory obtained the B Corp certification and what your brand has to do to become a B Corp too.

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Digital supply chain

NFT stands for New Frontiere of Traceability?

“How can NFT and blockchain deliver or add value to the supply chain’s traceability?”

“Good point, Massimo! If the question is what the Blockchain and NFTs have to do with traceability, the answer is nothing!
But the blockchain gives transparency and trustworthiness. That’s an extraordinary value.

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Digital supply chain

Why will Digital ID be essential for a fashion brand?

It is a digital passport that guarantees the traceability of the products.

As a traceability certificate, it contains all the information about the products to help customers to make sustainable choices.

The use of digital product passports is being accelerated by new government policies and industry initiatives.

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Sustainability

Save The Duck – Create something more than just a fashion product

“Create values to become an example for others”

This is one of the topics interview with Silvia Mazzanti, Product and Sustainability Manager
at Save The Duck.

This brand’s garments are 100% animal-free and cruelty-free and it strives to create products that do not involve the exploitation of animals, thanks to cutting-edge technologies that allow to use sustainable materials.

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Sustainability

Euro Brand Management – Footwear world: the biggest and most urgent problem you have to face

“What do you think is the biggest and most urgent problem about sustainability your clients are facing?”

This is one of the topics in the third interview with Luigi Grosso, Managing Director at Euro Brand Management.

Euro Brand Management is a company specialized in providing sustainable product and optimal service solutions in regards to packaging, loading and transportation optimizations that conform to the fast developing environmental norms and standards.

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Sustainability

Rifò – 3 B Corp best practices to share with fashion companies

Rifò is a B Corp and an emerging brand of clothes and accessories.

Thanks to a mechanical and craftsmanship process developed in the textile district of Prato they are able to turn fabric leftovers and old clothes into new garments with identical qualities to the original products.
This method allows us to recycle textile waste and sensibly reduce the amount of water, dyes and chemical products used in the production.

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