This week the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, together with Stella McCartney, announced the release a new report titled A new textiles economy - Redesigning fashion’s future.Read More
I had the pleasure of being the opening keynote speaker for the WEAR 2017 Conference. I want to thank the World Ethical Apparel Round Table, Fashion Takes Action, and conference participants for offering a forum that encourages us to create a better future for our industry. The apparel industry is in crisis, but there is a way out.Read More
We’re excited to unveil our updated logo and brand identity, representing our commitment to regenerative fiber technology with its extraordinary performance, economic and environmental benefits.Read More
We are pleased to announce that Stacy Flynn, CEO and Co-Founder of Evrnu, will be an opening keynote speaker at Fashion Takes Action's World Ethical Apparel Round Table (WEAR) 2017 conference being held November 13-14 in Toronto, Canada.Read More
Evrnu has been announced as a 2016 Semi-Finalist in the Fuller Challenge, a prestigious annual competition named “Socially-Responsible Design’s Highest Award”.Read More
Christo and I have proven we can do a lot with a little. This month completes our 17th month since we received our initial investment and we just issued our first joint press release with Levi’s Strauss & Co announcing our collaboration on a denim project and our proof of concept garment. Just this week we also won the Grand Prize for the Fabric of Change award announced during Copenhagen Fashion Week!
Textile technology startup Evrnu™, SPC and global jeanswear leader Levi Strauss & Co. (LS&Co.) today announced they have created the world’s first jean made from regenerated post-consumer cotton waste. This is a major industry advancement in sustainability and closed-loop technology.Read More
Networks are not to be underestimated; it takes time to show up and to be present. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to see that what we put into our relationships yields far greater results than what we could have accomplished on our own. My advice? Make the call, get your community together and get to the next level together.Read More