Designing a footwear collection that is sustainable is met with many challenges. The good thing is that this course will help you navigate those objections and put you on the right path of sustainable design.
Earn a certificate of completion at this all-day USFIA x Material Exchange fashion sustainability workshop centered on assessing products, minimizing impacts, and understanding sustainable design and sourcing how-to’s.
After a delay in logistics and anything else that can push an online collection release these days, the Black Fives x PUMA Autumn/Winter 2023 collection just dropped in completion yesterday.
Earn a certificate in sustainability at this all-day USFIA x Material Exchange fashion sustainability workshop centered on assessing products, minimizing impacts, and understanding sustainable design how-to’s.
HANIFA delivered a little bit of everything we’ve been waiting for; some creativity now that we’re back outside! The F/W 2022 produced lovely and deep-colored edges, fuzzy knits, and oversized joggers complemented by crystalized mules and metallic tall ZOE boots.
For four consecutive days, over 500 Black footwear professionals from all over the country congregated in the city of Detroit, Michigan – sharing their experiences, paying it forward, and being seen among a sea of others that have the same goal. To be seen. And to be seen together.
Denver Bronco QB, Russell Wilson, and Grammy-Award winner (and wife), Ciara combined their passion for design and fashion with the retail acumen of mentor and friend, Christine Day of Lululemon, to create The House of LR&C in 2020.
Around 2008 – 2012’ish there was this Brazilian intervention in ready to wear fashion. Everything from swimsuits to high heels, flip flops and bikini wax toted the country destination of Beyoncé and Alicia Keys Carnival duet “Put It In A Love Song”. Do you remember? That all kind of went away for the most part as fashion trends always do.
An Athletic Brand With No Limits We’re going to put the work in needed. Our whole team is psychotically competitive, excuse my word use; we’re non-stop. Kente Mixon And Another One There are possibly more than 1300 athletic brands here in the USA, supporting the global activewear market that will be worth $380 billion by …
Some even call them perfect or beautiful. Let’s take a quick look at a handful of the questionable shoes that also hit the market this month. WARNING: This post is 100% opinionated with videos and images resourced from the world wide web. Sometimes Last-Report does like to have a little fun and highlight things that make you go… hmmmm.
SPECIAL EVENT ON SHOE WASTE! Join our editor, Tanita Gray and Catalyst 2030’s Waste Stream group at Catalysing Change Week as she presents: Shoe Waste & The Future of Footwear (and Fashion) Friday 13th May, 18:00CET/9amPST/12pmEST Panel discussion with industry leaders and innovators, on how we can take steps to reduce shoe waste in landfills …
SPECIAL EVENT! Calling all social entrepreneurs & innovators! May 13, 2022 18:00CET/9amPST/12pmEST Join Shoe Waste LLC CEO and Last-Report EIC, Tanita Gray and a global panel of experts as they discuss the current state of shoes, waste management in fashion, ERP and more. Our mission as a footwear publication is to assist in achieving the …
A closer look at Hope For Flowers by Tracy Reese X Naturalizer collection On April 13, a new collection dreamed up by sustainability designer, Tracy Reese was launched. The collection features very new and fresh silhouettes with the use of upcycled materials. On the Hope For Flowers site, Tracy gives an insight to the development …
Even if the opportunity arose to select a Black CEO, the legacy of these brands are undeniable. It is what Black creatives are motivated by – to be the next Channel, but do not possess the assets and collateral that awarded those triads of mega fashion: investment capital, supply chain resources and what we are calling generational wealth.
Footwear is one of Canada’s oldest industrial categories. Consolidation has also marked the modern industry. In 1950 the 292 footwear factories in Canada produced 33.9 million pairs of shoes.