Sustainable fashion: Shawn Mendes & Tommy Hilfiger
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May 25, 2022
Topics: Sustainable fashion, Shawn Mendes, Tommy Hilfiger, Cozy Earth, Oprah, Scribit pen, environment, Beautycounter, Bridgestone tires, circular economy, Subaru EV
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🗣️Canadian singer promotes sustainable fashion Canadian singer Shawn Mendes, who called for climate activism during his 2019 tour in Brazil, has landed a multi-tier deal with Tommy Hilfiger to help promote sustainability in fashion and confront the debilitating effects of touring on the environment.
The Play It Forward collaboration launched this May and is comprised of clothes made from organic cotton and sustainable denim, including the remake of Tommy’s 1985 Program collection. Tommy Hilfiger also announced Mendes will co-design the capsule collection launching in Spring 2023, and the brand will donate $1 million to help offset the environmental impact of Mendes’ world tour starting in June. Both parties expect the deal to last for years, aiming to bring more sustainable clothing to the forefront.
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✍️Drawing sustainably Even with the advent of computers requiring less need for writing with markers and pens, there are still 35 billion plastic markers dumped every year into landfills. That's enough to cover the surface of NYC 11 times. The Italian design firm, Carlo Ratti Associati (CRA), unveiled the Scribit Pen, a compostable marker made of natural fiber, biodegradable plastic, and non-toxic, waste-based ink. Scribit Pen will be the world's first fully compostable marker, and CRA said its internal components would be replaceable. That means people could use its barrel for long as possible—to reduce environmental waste.
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👍New dawn for deodorant Beautycounter’s first-ever deodorant is sustainable, recyclable and refillable. Clean Deo, was launched in January 2021, and it took the California-based beauty brand five years to make because it contains only non-synthetic ingredients and natural fragrances.
Beautycounter has said refilling the deodorant rather than purchasing a new one will reduce carbon emissions by 47%, including waste in landfills. The deodorant comes in three signature scents: Clean Rose, Fresh Coconut, and Soft Lavender, and have released a fourth called Sequoia.
The world's largest tire producer goes circular Bridgestone wants to decarbonize its tire-recycling process. The world’s largest tire manufacturer has been recycling and repurposing end-of-life tires for years to tackle waste but has struggled with cutting off the carbon they generate from the recycling process. It now plans to leverage LanzaTech’s technology to address its carbon emissions and sustainably recycle used tires to make new ones!
Bridgestone announced an exclusive partnership with the Carbon Capture and Transformation company on April 13. The two companies have agreed to work together to accomplish Bridgestone’s sustainability goal to achieve carbon neutrality and make tires from 100% renewable materials by 2050.
🚘Sexy Subaru EV As we wait on Subaru to release its first-ever all-electric car, the Solterra SUV, next month, which other EV model of the Solterra would you like the Japanese automaker to produce next? Our guess is the Solterra Baja pickup. Solterra Baja has been the favorite of many Subaru diehards in America and beyond.
Subaru is looking to invest billions into making EVs over the next five years. Last week, the company CEO Tomomi Nakamura announced the addition of a dedicated EV assembly plant in Japan by 2027 but is unsure of the EV models to produce next. Perhaps, you could help the company decide on that. Would you like Subaru to make the EV model of the Solterra Baja next? Let us know in the comments section.
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