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.
Rave Review Reveals Details On Their Upcoming Show In Copenhagen
Josephine Bergqvist, co-founding designer of Swedish remake label Rave Review, shares info (and exclusive imagery) on the new collection and show.
Conscious Collab: By Malene Birger x Net-a-Porter
Danish fashion brand By Malene Birger and British luxury e-tailer Net-a-porter just launched a sustainable capsule collection together!
Brand to watch: Good News
Two fashion veterans based in London decided to start a sneaker brand inspired by 70s vibes and bold colors.
Make It Mainstream: Recycled Jewelry
Big and small brands have started to take notice: Making jewelry from recycled precious metals is a win for all.