Why should we care about denim going green? Because this is the foundation of streetwear and youth culture fashion. First, during Texworld in Paris from February 15-19, 2016, according to Sportswear International, François Girbaud and Pakistani denim mill Naveena Denim Ltd (NDL) announced their new collaboration. Girbaud was once the brand of the 80’s and […]
Fashion Sustainability Round-up: Denim Brand Girbaud Gets Sustainable with Collab Naveena; Bionic Yarn (Pharrell Williams) with Fashion Positive Gets Cradle to Cradle Certification
The Fate of Mountain Biking on Federally Managed Wilderness; IMBA Steps-up Advocacy
Last week the International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) held an important press conference on the fate of mountain biking on federally managed wilderness. Their planes included a very strong advocacy position. Mike Van Abel, IMBA’s President and Executive Director stated, “After thoughtful deliberation and careful consideration, including conversations with many partners and stakeholders, IMBA’s board […]
The Tree Project: Another Urban Street Art Idea Moving to Nature to Raise Awareness to Global Climate Change
Painting faces on dead wood in nature isn’t exactly considered urban art, but renowned duo, urban artists, Carolin and Phil Goldstein (a.k.a. ZONENKINDER), from Berlin, have taken their skills into nature. We found this inspirational piece from Wooster Collective who brought this story to life by highlighting the work called “The Tree Project.” The project […]
Will Los Angeles Get the Olympic Bid Again in 2024? Or Paris?
While there are two other cities in the bidding war for the Olympics in 2024 other than Los Angeles and Paris, they both are leading candidates in the race of 4 cities for the bid, including Rome and Budapest. On February 17, 2016, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) received the four Candidature Files from Los […]