Mushroom leather changes the future of the leather market

The number of companies that are strengthening their sustainable efforts in order to protect the global environment is increasing year by year, and plant-derived “vegan leather” is more known as an environmentally friendly fabric material.
Vegan leather has less impact on the environment than natural leather and synthetic leather, so that is also considered an alternative material to leather for its animal welfare. Among them, It’s “mushroom leather” made from “mushroom” that is currently being adopted by many high-end brands.

Brands claiming to be anti-Black Friday

Since the covid-19 happened in 2020, many consumers have shifted to online shopping rather than going to physical stores. In the context of this move, a lot of stores tend to close their real stores and hold sales only in their online stores on the black holiday.

What’s more, many stores had already started the Black Friday sale in early November this year, and also the spanning of the holiday discount event is extended over 2 weeks.

Vestiaire Collective bans fast fashion brands

The Vestiaire Collective, a French fashion resale platform, announced that it will ban the purchase, sale, or listing of fast fashion items on its platform from today.

The list of banned fast fashion brands includes Asos, Atmosphere, Boohoo, Burton, Cider, Coast, Dorothy Perkins, Fashion Nova, Karen Millen, Miss Selfridge, Missguided, Na-kd, Nasty Gal, Oasis, Pretty Little Thing, Shein, Tezenis, Topman, and Topshop.

What is the meaning behind Prada’s new beauty Instagram account?

Prada released a new fragrance, Prada Paradoxe, and held a pop-up event from August 26th to 28th, 2022 at Gansevoort Plaza, New York.

At the pop-up, the entire venue is in the shape of a triangle that symbolizes the brand’s logo, just like the Prada Paradox fragrance bottle, and the front is a photo booth area where people can take pictures with the huge logo of Prada.