This week’s most important read on style and sustainability is the Business of Fashion’s feature about the new wave of brands that are committed to combat climate change and make the fashion industry a less polluting and exploiting one – but shy away from using the word sustainable. The term is so over-used, it’s in fact dirty in itself.
One of the mentioned brands are Lou Dallas. You might have catched a glipse of it if you, like us, are a Euoporia fan (Hunter Schafer’s character Jules wears it).
Brooklyn-based designer Raffaella Hanley uses deadstock fabrics, repurposed vintage, Goodwill jeans and upcycled Swarovski crystals rather than using new textiles. She was a CFDA/Vouge Fashion Fund finalist this year.
Editor’s Pick: The All-Vegan Wishlist
Why not spend this time of solitude and reflection to discover some great new products that are not only vegan, but 100% chic?
RUS Summer Knits On Our Minds
Fight the quarantine boredom by reading our interview with RUS sisters Pati and Inés, discussing their new SS20 collection, family affairs and sustainability.
Conscious Collab: Wood Wood x Katharine Hamnett London
Thanks Wood Wood for making this collab, giving us a chance to talk more about super-cool sustainability activist Katharine Hamnett.
Leather, vegan leather, no leather?
We're scratching the surface of this hot topic and interview Sandqvist’s sustainability manager, Henrik Lindholm, for some inside insight.