Certilogo and Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana announce the renewal of their official partnership

Certilogo and Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana are renewing their significant collaboration for another year, which started with Milano Fashion Men's Collection in January and will continue with the Milano Fashion Women’s Collection in February. Certilogo reconfirms its commitment to join Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana in forging a path that highlights the essential...
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The different types of second-hand shopper

Some buy used clothes to support sustainability, some for budget, and some for the love of past fashion. Second-hand shoppers are not all the same. In recent years, the number of second-hand shoppers in fashion has grown significantly.  In 2022, the value of the global fashion resale market was estimated at $177 billion. A...
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5 ways resale elevates sustainability

Fashion resale offers an effective solution to extend the life cycle of clothing, divert items from landfills, promote circularity, and encourage responsible consumption. The fashion industry is known for the heavy environmental footprint. From the cultivation of raw materials to the manufacturing process and garment disposal, fashion production contributes to pollution, water consumption, greenhouse...
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CERTILOGO is a partner of the CNMI Sustainable Fashion Awards 2023

Milan, 24/09/2023 – On September 7th, Certilogo and Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana announced their collaboration starting with the Milan Fashion Week Women's Collection SS24. The aim is to support Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana's commitment to protecting "Made in Italy" through technological innovation and the promotion of sustainability as an essential condition for...
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Interest in ethical clothing is growing, is your brand keeping up?

Ethical clothing refers to garments that are produced and manufactured in a way that promotes fair labour practices and also minimises harm to the environment. What is ethical clothing? As a response to the negative impacts of the textile and fashion industry, ethical clothing shows specific key aspects. For example: Fair Trade and Labor...
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8 ways brands are using product authentication to boost their business

Secure digital IDs on products provide businesses with the ability to authenticate products with confidence. This capability offers significant benefits to businesses that extend beyond building consumer trust. Authentication can be used to improve operations, products, and services. Here are eight examples of how businesses are utilising authentication. Successful implementations of product authentication Consumer...
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What's the difference between sustainable fashion and eco fashion?

The green transition is one of the greatest challenges of the century. What is the fashion industry's role in innovation for sustainability and ecology? The green transition and sustainability in the fashion industry When it comes to green transition, we all know we’re addressing one of the greatest challenges of this century in order...
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Net-zero fashion: Kering group set to cut its emissions by 40% by 2035

Kering aims to be the leader in the fashion industry achieving the main goals related to the green transition and carrying out an effective net-zero strategy. Net-zero: what does it mean? According to United Nations, net-zero means cutting greenhouse gas emissions to as close to zero as possible, with any remaining emissions re-absorbed from the...
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Fashion&Textile: EU is calling for EPR, Extended Producer Responsibility

The ERP, together with the measures of the strategy for sustainable and circular textiles and the introduction of the digital product passport, shows the growing interest of the European Union in a thriving, but also sustainable and transparent textile and fashion industry. In 2022, the European Commission proposed a mandatory Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) strategy for...
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