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Victoria Beckham debuts direct-to-consumer luxury cosmetics line

The self-branded Victoria Beckham Beauty brand currently includes a collection of eyeshadows and eyeliners and will soon be extended to include a lip and skin collection. The products are touted as high-performance, formulated with “safety, transparency, education, and inclusivity at the forefront”.

5 designers using ground-breaking science to create textiles

A biodegradable sequin that actually shimmers; a luxury jumpsuit exquisitely woven from defunct cassette tape and deadstock yarn otherwise destined for landfill; a pair of trainers grown from cellulose bacteria; a jacket woven from wool made from discarded pineapple leaves.

When to lead with sustainability in consumer communications, and when not to

Connecting with consumers on complex sustainability issues isn’t easy. Indeed, it could be the most difficult communication challenge of them all. But for consumer-facing brands, it’s increasingly necessary. That’s because today’s consumers demand transparency about the sustainability of their products.

‘A no-brainer’: Why striking for climate is good for business

For some businesses, the reputation boost among employees and consumers outweighs the financial impact of striking for the climate It all started with one lone schoolgirl, sitting next to her “Skolstrejk för Klimatet” placard outside the Swedish Parliament. It’s now swollen into a movement of millions of young people, every Friday…

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