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Sustainably Dressed in Navy

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by Emma Elwin on 15 April, 2018

Shirt and trousers, Bite Studios.  Bag, Granit. Shoes, Amend Atelier. 

A while back, I had the pleasure of looking at Bite Studios’ SS18 collection. The London/Stockholm-based brand was founded in answer to the increasing need for beautiful luxury fashion that is also sustainable, and last week, I got to borrow this look for a shoot and fell in love with the organic silk warp and organic wool weft in a deep navy blue fabric. I can see so many different areas of use for these two garments, as they could be paired with pretty much anything I have hanging in my wardrobe.

 

Also read: Brand to Watch: BITE STUDIOS


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Judith A Ross: Yes to navy! This weekend I scored a navy jumpsuit at my local consignment shop. It's made of lyocell, , an eco-friendly fabric .
April 16, 2018

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