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circular economy

circular economy Archives

Watch out sneakerheads, Kyx World is here

Limited-edition sneakers are no longer out of customers’ reach with the launch of LA-based subscription retailer, Kyx Wo...

This is what the future of fashion design looks like

It’s no secret that the fashion industry has been on a rollercoaster in the past 18 months. Here’s what the next generat...

When sex toys go circular

New Zealand online retailer Adult Toy Megastore has recently announced the launch of its recycling program, the first of...

Plant balls and secondhand furniture: Meet the Ikea of the future

Here's how the retailer is transforming its product range and the way it operates to be climate positive and circular by...
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Circular economy: Fashion rental market picks up speed

Glam Corner CEO Dean Jones says there is a rise of conscious consumers in the fashion industry.

Behind Adidas’ and H&M’s circular fashion project

The New Cotton Project is introducing a circular model for commercial clothing production.

How one Kiwi couple turned good design into big business

Wishbone Design is a family business in Wellington punching well above its weight in the global toy market.
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Analysis: Why resale is here to stay

With buy-in from major brands including Gucci and Levi’s, fashion resale is no longer a niche market. Here’s what you ne...

H&M’s Cos launches reseller platform

H&M’s subsidiary Cos has launched a pre-owned fashion platform called Resell.

Consumption isn’t the enemy. Dumb consumption is

How to increase smart consumption through good product design.

Making the case for circular fashion: “T-shirts can’t be sold for $5”

Businesses consider new models to reduce their impact.

Textile waste: Why good intentions are not enough

Textile waste is a growing problem; retailers need to be part of the solution.

Ikea launches furniture take-back service in Sydney

Furniture giant looks to benefits of circular economy.