Traceability News to Read from February

Traceability News to Read from February

Welcome to the Traceability Edit, TrusTrace's curated list of news to know from the month. In February, why fabric fraud is so easy to hide, and what changes might we see in fashion this year.

It’s Not Easy Being Green: Transparency Within the Textile & Apparel Industry by Dorothy Crouch for California Apparel News

Clothing Companies Look To Reduce China Manufacturing Exposure by Arjun Neil Alim and Oliver Telling for the FT

How Might We See Fashion Change In 2023? by Jessica Davies for Harper's Bazaar

Why Fabric Fraud Is So Easy To Hide by Kelly Oakes for BBC

More Minorities Are Filling Supply Chain Roles. How Can Brands Protect Them? by Maliha Shoaib for Vogue Business

Transparency 2.0 – Transparency in an age of unprecedented climate, financial and reputational business risks by TechStyler

Op-Ed | When Sustainable Fashion Does More Harm Than Good by Beth Esponette for the Business of Fashion

Demystifying Greenwashing, Greenwishing & Greenhushing by Global Fashion Agenda

LFW Briefing: How Chatgpt And Ai Are Appearing On Fashion Week Runways by Zofia Zwieglinska for Glossy


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