Fashion house Karl Lagerfeld is launching its first-ever vegan cactus leather bag. The brand has partnered with celebrity model Amber Valletta to create a cruelty-free version of its K/Kushion bag.
Saks Fifth Avenue has now committed to stop selling products made from animal fur by the end of 2022. This announcement includes both brand partner and private label merchandise sold online and in stores.
Volvo are now offering parental leave benefits to all of its employees, including ones in China and the US. Staff will be entitled to 24 weeks of paid parental leave while receiving 80% of their base pay during the leave period.
British supermarket chain, Tesco, has managed to permanently remove one billion pieces of plastic from its UK stores in 2020 by working with their suppliers to remove plastic on things like soups, corn, and other tinned items including Heinz baked beans.
Steve Chu, co-owner of two restaurants in Baltimore, received a message from a man called Brandon Jones, asking for the recipe for Chu’s famous broccoli tempura.
LinkedIn is finally offering more inclusive titles such as “stay-at-home mom/dad” or “caretaker” for users to recognize and value caregiving
Streaming service Netflix has committed to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions by the end of 2022. They have revealed a new ‘Net Zero + Nature’ plan, made up of three step.
SUV brand Jeep is planning to go from being gas cars to electrified vehicles in order to help lure new buyers and make the auto industry more sustainable.
Alexander McQueen and Balenciaga have officially ditched fur making them the latest Kering-owned brands to confirm fur-free policies.