Levi’s has recently been receiving a lot of attention for starting to clean up denim’s dirty environmental footprint with the Waterless collection and program. Now the brand is looking to inspire the next generation of sustainable innovators with the LS&Co. Collaboratory, an annual fellowship program for entrepreneurs interested in working toward a more sustainable apparel industry.
The main facet of the fellowship will be a workshop taking place at the Eureka Innovation Lab in San Francisco, offering fellows the opportunity to work alongside leaders in design, innovation and sustainability. In addition to the workshop, the fellows may receive up to $50,000 in funding to implement their solutions.
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