Making a case for slow fashion: Consumers, brands must re-think choices to prevent irreversible climate change
The fashion industry is one of the most polluting industries in the world, given the pressure to facilitate consumer hunger. If real change is to happen, more people must begin to take a proactive approach and act in reflection of their moral values.
Podcast roundup: From The Flop House to Raw Material and The Rialto Report, our pick of the best this week
Here's our lowdown on the best episodes from a selection of podcasts that deserve a listen. Ready to tune in?
Kerala, After The Flood: Water still to recede from many parts of state; people ask for clean clothes and sanitation
A bleak, uncertain future stares the nearly 13 lakh people currently taking shelter at the relief camps in Kerala. Many houses are still under water, and the ones which are not submerged have problems plaguing them.
With changing times, women have learnt that they deserve pockets in their clothes too and have been actively asking for it on the internet, and off it.
Researchers have invented a way to apply metal-free electrodes to the fabric and off-the-shelf clothes so that it feels good to the touch.
CBSE has asked students appearing for the AIPMT re-test on July 25 to come in light clothes without big buttons and in open slippers only as it has barred rings, bracelet, earrings, nose pins, pendants and even watches at the examination centres.
Named after a Frenchman who invented a type of loom, Project Jacquard is in the hands of a small Google team called advanced technology and projects (ATAP), which is different from the Google (x) lab, which develops big-vision innovations such as self-driving cars.
The forum said that the complainant "unnecessarily suffered loss during journey due to lack of proper maintenance and cleaning of compartment".<br />
Until about 10 years ago, GAP was one of the world's most successful garment retailers that wooed young adults in the 1990s with "classic khakis and swing-dancing ads".
The Commission was responding to clarifications sought by some state Chief Electoral Officers.
Britain's biggest clothing retailer Marks & Spencer wants to convince India's young and trendy that it is fashionable too as it looks to offset slowing profit growth and declining sales overall.
A South African performance artist's provocation raises some serious questions about why what someone else chooses to wear or not to wear bothers us so much.