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These are the labels fighting fast fashion...
L’Estrange’s ‘With Less, Do More’ ethos guides the label’s aim to reduce the amount of clothes
needed in wardrobes by bringing versatility to everyday items.
Going a step beyond its 100% renewable or recycled Italian and Portuguese fabrics, L’Estrange promotes sustainable consumption with pieces that have a long-lasting life cycle.
We particularly love that L'Estrange is closing the loop in circular fashion by offering store credit for customers that recycle clothes, in addition to a free repair service as part of the Lifecare program.
For every pair of SAYE sneakers sold, the Spanish brand plants two trees, and with 148,000+ trees planted
and counting, it's well on its way to proving fashion can be sustainable and stylish.
All SAYE sneakers are made using sustainably sourced materials, from environmentally certified leather
to recycled post-consumer PET and even recycled mango, which produces a leather-like effect.
Above all, SAYE is committed to full transparency from start to finish, only ever partnering with ethical factories and having full control over its supply chain.
Neutrale is constantly pushing the boundaries of innovation by showcasing new processes and materials
that allow it to lead the transition towards a waste-less circular economy.
The Madrid-based brand promotes mindful consumption by creating seasonless products
that are designed to transcend trends and stand the test of time.
Using organic cotton only, Neutrale reduces the consumption of water
by 91% by eliminating the use of chemicals during the production process.
Knitwear label Sheep Inc. is setting a new standard of sustainability with complete carbon negativity,
working with sheep stations who use regenerative farming methods and an Italian yarn mill that runs on renewable energy.
Any remaining carbon impact is mitigated ten times over, by investing funds from every sale
into environmental projects that are vetted by a team of climate-change experts.
The best bit? In an attempt to better connect customers with the journey of their clothes,each sweater comes with an adoptee sheep that you can keep track of through the NFC tag on your sweater's hem.
Swedish label ASKET was founded out of a 'pursuit of less', with the hope of restoring the true value of clothing. Everything is made in family-owned factories in Portugal, using organic fabrics and
ensuring sustainability at every stage.
From farms to factories, ASKET locates the finest natural materials, and partners exclusively with skilled, responsible mills and manufacturers
Taking its commitment to transparency to the next level, the brand has introduced the Impact Receipt,
an initiative that shares the true environmental impact of a garment’s creation.
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