Gender neutrality at Selfridges, Rihanna x Dior and swappable sunglasses. This week's sustainable fashion news, all summed up and ready to be read.

Swappable sunglasses, clothes made of stainless steel and Selfridges’ gender-neutral pop-up store. 

This week’s sustainable fashion news, all summed up and ready to be read.

Agender
“Agender is trying to do something a bit subtler than ‘women in suits and men in dresses’”. Selfridges has a gender-neutral pop-up store. Here.

Iris van Herpen AW15
Designer Iris Van Herpen is playing with fabrics when creating clothes made of stainless steel and sparkling crystals and therefore pushes fabric boundaries. Here.

Rihanna – face of Dior
Riri is fronting a film and print campaign for Dior’s Secret Garden series. Dazed talks about why it has an impact on fashion. Here.

The Sustainable Angle in partnership with Avery Dennison
This collaboration will benefit the fabric innovation as reduced environmental footprint are set in focus. Here.

Endless Eyewear
Endless Eyewear by Dito allows you to swap glasses and sunglasses once a month when using their subscription service. Read more here.

Words by Hanna Karlsson


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