The Michelin-starred chef talks about creating something of value from what appears worthless.
His new television programme, Expedition Asia, takes him to some of the region’s most grizzled and beautiful parts — and it’s not all far-flung exotic locales.
New updates by the two brands show that sustainability and responsibility partnerships might be the way forwards for the watch industry.
Luxury isn’t just about exclusivity; it’s about sustainability too, says Maison 21G founder Johanna Monange.
“We Have Already Managed To Pollute Over 80 Percent Of Our Oceans — Imagine The Next 70 Years!” — Roland Wee
The co-founder and executive chairman of RWDC Industries wants to eliminate single-use plastics.
Capture features a smart GPS that predicts the emissions from your commute, along with certified programmes that you can subscribe to in order to offset your carbon output.
Ethically-produced meat isn’t just good for the animals, it’s good for the humans eating them as well.
Other than the drive towards electric, luxury automakers like Bentley are matching their clients’ desire for ethically-sourced materials.
We talk to Elizabeth von der Goltz and Libby Page from Net-A-Porter about sustainability, positivity and the trends that are shaping the way forward.
Sunglasses made from recycled fishing nets and watches made from seashells: Chao’s Remake Hub wants to reframe how we look at sustainability.