Brand to Watch
Brand to Watch: ISA NOY
New fine jewelry brand ISA NOY offers unique, handcrafted pieces made to…
Brand to Watch: WET the Label
'90s inspired swimwear made from recycled lycra by a true island girl.
Brand to Watch: Norrfolks
Swedish jewelry brand Norrfolks offers long-lasting everyday essentials, sustainably made from recycled…
Brand to Watch: MANDKHAI
Introducing conscious knitwear brand MANDKHAI also raises the issue of cashmere farming.
Brand to Watch: De Smet
De Smet offers easy and accessible everyday clothing made by hand in…
Brand to Watch: Alice Waese
Alice Waese interprets constellations and mythology along with the tradition of passing…
Brand to Watch: BITE STUDIOS
Swedish/British fashion brand BITE STUDIOS believe that sustainability is the new luxury.
Brand to Watch: Anaak
Anaak aims to empower local craftspeople and preserve ancient textile techniques using…
Brand to Watch: Shaina Mote
Shaina Mote’s timeless designs keep their relevance season over season.
Brand to Watch: AYNI
AYNI combines Peruvian traditions with Danish aesthetics in a luxe, sustainable knitwear…
Brand to Watch: Crafting Plastics! Studio
Crafting Plastics! Studio has launched an eyewear collection with the world’s first…
Brand to Watch: BreeLayne
BreeLayne makes sustainable luxury fashion out of deadstock and pre-existing materials.
Brand to Watch: Coltrane
Coltrane is the perfect marriage of good design and responsible practices.
Brand to Watch: Aiayu
Aiayu is redefining luxury fashion with sustainable knits and eco-friendly homewear.
Brand to Watch: Arnsdorf
Arnsdorf makes modern and sophisticated clothing using transparent and sustainable practices.
Brand to Watch: Von Holzhausen
Von Holzhausen makes sustainable bags from both real and vegan leather.
Brand to Watch: PLY-KNITS
PLY-KNITS makes sustainable, luxury knitwear from vintage cashmere.
Brand to Watch: Fisch Swimwear
FISCH is a newly launched brand for sustainable swimwear.
Brand to Watch: Laura Newton
Hailing ideas over technical skills, Laura Newton brings newness to knitwear.
Brand to Watch: Wendy Jim
Wendy Jim is marking Austria on the contemporary fashion map.
Brand to Watch: Marvais
Marvais makes structured bags which partner perfectly with sustainable autumnal knits.
Brand to Watch: sat-su-ma
Informed by plant biology, sat-su-ma brings a new dimension to “florals for…
Brand to Watch: HARDEMAN
HARDEMAN is reinstating jeans as the poster child of clothing rebellion.
Brand to Watch: egg
Egg’s wardrobe perennials put function over flounce, frequency over frivolous fashion.
Brand to Watch: Johanna-Maria Parv
Johanna-Maria Parv celebrates female power and strength via traditional tailoring, cyclists and…
Brand to Watch: Mandkhai
With goat–to-garment transparency, Mandkhai appropriates cashmere for Spring/Summer wear.
Brand to Watch: Calla Haynes
Calla Haynes has repurposed the couture-like fabrics from her past collections –…
Brand to Watch: Linea Germania
Linea Germania is making silk scarves relevant again.
Brand to Watch: By SP
By SP's "imperfect" jewellery is embracing differences and uniqueness.
Brand to Watch: Peet Dullaert
Peet Dullaert's optimistic fashion is more elegant than Eighties.
Brand to Watch: Nejicommu
Watch brand Nejicommu takes the considered route to keep up with the…
Brand to Watch: Snow Peak Apparel
Snow Peak Apparel does “urban” with a dash of unrivaled Japanese cool.
Brand to Watch: Sophie Anderson
Sophie Anderson cheers on artisan craft with pom poms.
Brand to Watch: LUNA DEL PINAL
LUNA DEL PINAL makes waves through ancient weaving.
Brand to Watch: fern fans
fern fans are championing the modern relevance of the fashion fan.
Brand to Watch: No.One
No.One employs artisanal techniques to make super exclusive sneakers.
Brand to Watch: Toogood
Toogood refuses to conform—through uniforms.
Brand to Watch: Agmes
Agmes makes jewelry that we can hang onto for future generations.
Brand to Watch: Bibi Blangsted
Bibi Blangsted is tapping the underdeveloped segment of women’s luxury shirting.
Brand to Watch: e.a.seawear
e.a.seawear unites crocheting with contemporary design; handicraft with profit; and grandma’s with…
Brand to Watch: HaaT
HaaT is an artisan brand under Issey Miyake Inc. uniting heritage techniques…
Brand to Watch: Lutz Huelle
Lutz Huelle's repurposed garments are playfully lifting the mood for spring.
Brand to Watch: RENLI SU
Like a blank canvas, Su's designs are stripped off a major narrative…
Brand to Watch: Von Sono
With charged capital letters at its core, activist artisan label VON SONO…
Brand to Watch: HELENAMANZANO
In protest of the ruling fashion calendar, HELENAMANZANO's AW17 lookbook was staged…
Brand to Watch: Silou Active
Silou Active’s merchandise is designed to transition perfectly between yoga class and…
Five Questions with Birdsong’s Sophie Slater
From refugee seamstresses to octogenerian knitters, Birdsong is the ethical fashion label…
Get to know: Carl Oaks
Get to know Carl Oaks–a brand that makes sunglasses out of recycled…
On our minds: Eileen Fisher’s ‘Remade in the USA’
Eileen Fisher teams up with Parsons' students to give new life to…
Get to know: Matt & Nat
Matt & Natt is a vegan brand that makes sustainable bags, shoes…
Get to know: Balossa
Innovative shirt brand Balossa believes a timeless piece never can be boring.
A brand worth watching
Combining neo-minimalist designs, dreamy campaigns and environmentally conscious and cruelty-free manufacturing, the…
How they make it last: Brianna Lance
Buy as much ivintage as you can, says designer and creative director…
Ask the expert: turning waste into fashion
Make it last's sustainability expert about five inspirational designers who turn waste…
”We all have to pitch in”
Working as a sustainability manager at the department store Åhléns, Anita Falkenek…
Josefina Larsson: “I have a lot of energy these days”
The starting point was a very intriguing Araki portrait.
The Innovators: Swedish Stockings
A beautiful, environmentally friendly hosiery brand
Anna-Sara Dåvik: “Now, I’m ready”
I needed my work to serve a purpose, and now I have…
Vestiaire Collective – the “second hand Net-a-Porter”
Make it last talks to co-founder Fanny Moizant about sustainability, unwanted designer…