In the News: Supply chain is becoming part of luxury designer’s branding strategies

IN THE NEWS 1 The supply chain is becoming part of luxury designers’ branding strategies – Digiday The Council of Fashion Designers of America is encouraging its vast network of designers to bring their supply chains out of the shadows.… Continue Reading

In the News: Can upcycling really help the oceans?

1 Apple’s Supply Chain Attracts Criticism For Performance But Also Praise For Sustainability Two recent studies report varying performance levels in Apple’s supply chain. Bloomberg argue that it’s lost its mojo, but Greenpeace rates the tech giant as a sustainability… Continue Reading

Sweden to give tax breaks for repairs

  1 Waste not want not: Sweden to give tax breaks for repairs The Swedish government is introducing tax breaks on repairs to everything from bicycles to washing machines so it will no longer make sense to throw out old… Continue Reading

Positive Luxury Meets…

As a sign of Seascape’s ongoing commitment to sustainability and for its work to use natural and locally sourced ingredients, the prestigious brand has been awarded the Butterfly Mark since 2013. The award recognises Seascape’s ongoing commitment to producing the most luxurious,… Continue Reading

My Positive Life…The Lissome

Positive Luxury talks to Dörte Lange of the online sustainable fashion platform Lissome to hear how the inspiration for the platform came about and what actions she takes to live a positive life.   What is The Lissome and how did it… Continue Reading

How brands should meet the demands of modern luxury

How brands should meet the demands of modern luxury Les Parfums Louis Vuitton: Something’s in the air By Michael Innocentin Luxury used to be about rarity. Brands such as Bentley, Balenciaga and Tiffany sold products out of reach for the… Continue Reading