Indeed not new and definitely not a hidden gem, but we cannot help adding BODE to our Brand to Watch series as it simply blows us away. For three plus years, Emily Adams Bode has offered her luxury menswear and beyond brand to the world. It’s, in her words, a brand that “expresses a sentimentality for the past through the study of personal narratives and historical techniques”. The silhouettes are taken from (traditionally masculine) workwear, but finished with female-centric traditions of quilting and mending. Emily Adams bode was the first female designer to show at New York Fashion Ween Men’s. How strange, you think. That it hasn’t happened sooner. But how great, that BODE was first. Setting the bar so high we want to sell everything we own and invest in a custom patchwork jacket.
H&M Let's Us Wear the Waste - and Swedish Fashion Tech Company We aRe SpinDye Adds an Important Circular Dimension
H&M's latest Conscious Exclusive collection is all about ’wearing the waste’ and it features some amazing materials and processes. Let's make them mainstream!
House of Dagmar is One of Eight Brands Shining Light on Sustainability with Zalando this Winter
The winter edition of Zalando's exclusive sustainable collection, put together in collaboration with eight European brands, launches today. Make it last talks to Sofia Wallenstam, co-founder of contributing brand House of Dagmar, about the brand's sustainability ambitions – and what we can except from the new Zalando collab.
Four Wardrobe Classics with Amie
Discover some perfect in-between season classics through the lens of photographer Jessica Sidenros.
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.