The luxury watch sector has embraced modernity at the 29th edition of SIHH.
Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie opened for a much anticipated 29th edition.
Discovering three forward-thinking brands from Eastern Europe
Giving a sustainable new life to the traditional textile production of the UK
Cool labels enabling us to support the natural world while exploring it.
Climate change and plastic-filled oceans have been turned into an ugly Christmas sweater design.
A shop, thrift store, haberdashery, sewing workshop, café and a place to recycle pre-loved garments.
Saving the oceans with fashion
Femme de Champagne - Part 2
Darwin's iguanas help Galapagos restoration
Femme de Champagne - Part 1
One of Europe's most powerful supercomputers is housed in a church
The Parisian fashion house stops manufacturing products made from snakes, crocodiles, lizards and more.
A growing number of eco-friendly startups in Belgium are trying to tackle pollution from the fashion industry.
Creating fashionable bags from dinghies carrying migrants in a new ethical business in Germany,
Cruelty-free winter footwear
The prize-winners of the 18th Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève (GPHG) were unveiled and the "Aiguille d’Or" went to Bovet 1822.
Naturally renewable and biodegradable, it is one of the most sustainable fiber available today for the fashion industry.
Milk amino acids remaining inside the textile nourish and hydrate the skin of the wearer.
A journey through Latvian fashion, history and architecture, past and present, during Riga Fashion Week.
The quest for 100% ethically-made or eco-friendly watch is over.
The mobile exhibition presents 72 watches competing to win the "Watchmaking World’s Oscar".