A waste-free fashion industry is the goal of H&M Foundation’s Global Change Award and the second edition saw innovative vegetal leather called "Grape Leather” as the winner of the pub

Do you have an innovative idea to make the fashion industry more sustainable? Applications for the Global Change Award have opened today, August 29. Established by the H&M Foundation, the prize p

Changing methods of consumption and educating people to recycle used goods is the main preoccupation of the H&M Foundation. Faced with a growing middle class, how can we continue to produce mass

Stockholm - Making new fibers and textiles out of food crop wastewas the public's favourite sustainable innovation from the 2018 Global Change Award, as the Crop-A-Porter has been named the main winn

The H&M Foundation and The Hong Kong Research Institute of Textiles and Apparel (HKRITA) have announced the opening of two textile recycling facilities which will put HKRITA’s hydrothermal

London - The H&M Foundation has announced the launch of the second cycle of its annual competition the Global Change Award. The challenge, which was first initiated in 2015 by the non-profit orga

London - Winning any type of grant can have a profound effect on any innovative startup. But being the winner of the H&M's annual Global Change Award, an initiative specially developed to support

London - The third cycle of the Global Change Award, an innovation challenge initiated by the H&M Foundation in 2015, has officially opened its public voting round. An expert international panel,

Do you see opportunities where others see problems? Do you want to join us to reimagine the future of fashion, to protect the planetary boundaries and our living conditions? Do you have an innovation