Dutch Kings of Indigo goes all-in with their conscious efforts.
On our minds is Kings of Indigo, a Dutch denim brand that goes all-in with their conscious efforts. Aside from GOTS-certified organic cotton, linen and tencel, Kings of Indigo uses recycled materials both for the clothes and for their (partly biodegradable) packaging. Low-impact washes, natural dyes and a no-sandblasting promise add to the environmental appeal of the garments, whilst a solar panel-powered office and warehouse shows upon a dedication to sustainability that goes beyond the products themselves. The brand refers to their clothes as “quality wear for the next era”, and we’d say they are the new denim poster child for sustainability. Read more here.
Paid Collaboration: Reducing Waste While Making Something Unique
GANT continues its journey towards sustainability with a capsule collection of patchwork shirts made of leftover fabrics. Here’s how we style it.
Paid Collaboration: A Library of Filippa K Garments to Learn From and Enter The Future of Fashion With
At Filippa K Studio, pre-loved garments and claims from other Filippa K stores get new life, in different ways. We enter their world to learn more.
Paid Collaboration: Old Shoes Turned Into New – Moving Towards Closing The Loop With Vagabond Shoemakers
Vagabond Shoemakers introduces the Indicator Re-born, a shoe made of post-consumer recycled Vagabond outsoles.
Scan Your Garment And Find Out All Of Its History
This month, Swedish womenswear brand Residus introduces products that are 100% traceable through blockchain technology. This is too interesting not to learn more about.