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Celebrities, They're Just Like Us! Rewear Edition

Celebrities, They're Just Like Us! Rewear Edition

Posted by DIANA NGUYEN

Don’t you feel especially validated when you see celebrities doing something that would otherwise seem incredibly mainstream for us mere mortals? That’s how we feel about the rising trend of celebrities outfit repeating on the red carpet. The world of celebrity is progressively catching on to the rest of the world’s efforts towards sustainability and eco-friendly fashion. More and more we are seeing A-listers opting for sustainable choices when it comes to red carpet looks. Whether that be in the form of the old fashion faux pas “outfit repeating” or selecting pre-existing vintage looks–either way this is an overdue and welcomed evolution.

Celebrities, They're Just Like Us! Rewear Edition

Posted by DIANA NGUYEN

Sustainability Picking Up Steam in the Fashion Industry

Sustainability Picking Up Steam in the Fashion Industry

Posted by TESSA HALL

It’s no longer a surprise, or a trend, or a niche for corporate fashion brands to get on board with sustainability efforts. Many would argue it’s gone into hyperdrive, and honestly, we love to see it! Of course, these efforts come after years and years of experts shouting from the rooftops that we can no longer avoid climate change. It's already having it’s devastating and tangible impacts on many parts of the world. 

Although this is grim news, there are real positive strides being taken by the fashion industry, as they are the second most polluting industry in the world after oil.

Sustainability Picking Up Steam in the Fashion Industry

Posted by TESSA HALL

Brunch and Learn: discussion on sustainability and the future of retail

Brunch and Learn: discussion on sustainability and the future of retail

Posted by DARINA GRANIK

To kick off the New Year, Lux Second Chance invited selected fashion insiders and media to discuss sustainability and the future of retail over brunch at Soho House Toronto. With the changing scape of retail and climate disaster, these currently are the biggest concerns in the fashion industry.

Brunch and Learn: discussion on sustainability and the future of retail

Posted by DARINA GRANIK

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