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SupplyCompass Blog

Apr 6
8 min

The global COVID-19 pandemic proves to be a challenging time for the fashion industry in many ways. SupplyCompass recently spoke to our linen manufacturing partner on how their business has evolved, what changes they expect to see in the industry once the pandemic is over, what technology is exciting them at the moment.

Apr 3
2 min read

Econyl is a form of nylon that is made entirely from waste products. It is made from a range of post-consumer waste including abandoned fishing nets, carpets, and rigid textiles and aims to be a green alternative to the original product which is made from a derivative of oil.

Apr 2
9 min

SupplyCompass recently spoke to Rachel Carvell-Spedding, Founder of Navygrey, a British sustainable knitwear brand committed to the art of the well-made jumper. Fully traceable wool from sheep to shop, each jumper is purposefully understated and made sustainably in small batches.

Mar 26
2 min read

For small and medium-sized fashion brands, choosing what type of manufacturing partners to work with is key strategic decision for the success and growth of their businesses.

Mar 20
2 min read

Greenpeace has called polyester the ‘Achilles heel’ of fast fashion, making up around 60% of clothing worldwide. Today, there is twice as much demand for polyester compared with cotton.

Mar 19
6 min

SupplyCompass recently spoke to Kresse Wesling MBE, Co-Founder of Elvis & Kresse – the sustainable luxury brand and B Corp converting industrial and commercial waste, such as fire hoses and coffee bags, into luxury goods and accessories.

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