In The News: A Global Shift Towards Sustainability Could Save Us This Amount…

IN THE NEWS

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We could shift to sustainability and save $26 trillion. Why aren’t we doing it?

26 trillion by 2030. That, according to the most authoritative research to date, is the amount of money humanity could save through a global shift to sustainable development. It’s a lot of money. Before you break your brain trying to imagine it, just pause to make a note that it’s a positive sum (uh, extremely positive), not negative.

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Riccardo Tisci’s Debut Burberry Collection Will Be Available 30 Minutes After The LFW Show

For 24 hours after its London Fashion Week debut, Riccardo Tisci’s first Burberry collection will be able to purchase via Instagram, WeChat and the brand’s flagship Regent Street store. At 5.30pm BST, the limited-edition pieces by the new chief creative officer will be able to purchase for one day only and will mark the start of a series of 24-hour product drops.

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‘Sustainability means nothing and everything all at once’: Mother of Pearl’s Amy Powney on her mission to reframe how we consume fashion

Increasingly, the fashion industry is toying more seriously with sustainability. Kering, the luxury conglomerate which owns Gucci, Saint Laurent and Alexander McQueen has a hard target of 2025 in which time it hopes to have underscored its sustainability strategy across the business from supply chains to biodegradable glitter.

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California Just Passed A Bill To Ban Cosmetic Testing On Animals

No more testing on animals for cosmetics.

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Forget leather, the future of fashion is all about fish skin

The shirt is black, stylish, and definitely not smelly. Which is odd, perhaps, as it is made out of salmon skin. Created by Icelandic designer Boas Kristjánsson, it’s part of a high-end collection called Karbon. Kristjánsson modelled his shirt on the catwalk at Paris Fashion Week, and today, it’s displayed in one of Reykjavik’s offbeat co-working spaces, the Iceland Ocean Cluster.

INNOVATION CORNER

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The World’s Largest Ocean Cleanup Has Officially Begun

Ambitious dreams have now become a reality as the Ocean Cleanup deploys its $20 million system designed to clean up the 1.8 trillion pieces of trash floating in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. Check out another Forbes piece on how Ocean Cleanup aims to reuse and recycle the ocean plastic.

OUR BRANDS IN THE PRESS

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Why Silver Is The Skincare Ingredient To Know About Now

You may already wear silver in the form of jewellery or accessories, but have you started wearing it in your skincare yet?

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THE BEST LUXURY RESORTS IN ASIA – by The Asia Collective

So many places to travel, so little time! To make life a little easier for you, we’ve put together a selection of the BEST LUXURY RESORTS IN ASIA. From Thailand to Cambodia to India and far beyond, we’ve got you covered. Read on for a myriad of Asia’s Best Luxury Resorts that almost look too dreamy to be true!

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French Beauty Tips from Third-Generation Expert Clémence von Mueffling

Clémence von Mueffling has beauty in her DNA-both her mother and grandmother were French Vogue beauty editors. And von Mueffling has carried on the family legacy with her wildly successful online beauty magazine, Beauty and Well Being , as well as a new book, Ageless Beauty the French Way: Secrets from Three Generations of French Beauty Editors.

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