Mongolia has long been famous for the beautiful cashmere fibre it produces. Now it is making a name for itself in the world of fashion for an entirely different reason...
Traceability is an important criterion for textiles. The wool industry has responded to this, and today, measures in place so that wool can be traded from its source.
PEF still needs a fair way to compare products made from natural and synthetic fibres, says the Make The Label Count campaign
Support the front line in Ukraine by donating garments from Armadillo Merino®. Learn how here.
Wool is a sustainable fibre with numerous environmental benefits. With a new free course from the Woolmark Learning Centre, you’ll learn just how good wool is.
The IWTO compiles this comprehensive report on all aspects of the wool industry. Learn some of the key facts and find out how to access the full report.
The Campaign for Wool engages with leading academic experts in a new short film, Why Wool Matters.
Ingrid Brandth won the 2022 Outdoor Award for her Stad boot design, which includes Norwegian wool in its lining and upper.
One of IWTO's newest members, the Canadian Wool Council is focused on transforming the wool industry of Canada.
A new white paper looks at some of the major concerns with sustainability assessments that are currently used for fashion, and proposes solutions.