Investing in wardrobe stapels is always a good idea. Especially when they are made to last, produced in an ethical way and can be worn all year round.

This - continuously updated - style edit covers not so basic basics. Items with a twist like an atypical shape or unusual fabric. Someone said organically grown cactus leather?! Or plastic alternative made from greenhouse gasses extracted from the air?! You can find it below. 

Kicking off with a curation of very sustainable and wearable workday wear in black, white and neutrals. Including pieces for those slightly dressed up office days and comfy WFH outfits.

Wear all year round

Not so basic basics

2021

unbleached hemp fisherman sweater with zipper
close up of orange camel leather pants from skiim
olive green brown fisherman style loafers with thick rubber soles from Hereu
reversible camel trench coat with orange inside from marfa stance
the cosmospolite x Marfa Stance fall winter 2021 long quilted  trench coat reversible.jpeg
person pulling over an oversized camel knit from baserange
beige tight fit short sports legging
long orange crinkle dress
golden bracelet and earring in abstract lineplay by adorn
creme fisherman style loafers with thick rubber soles from Hereu
camel cashmere fisherman sweater with zipper from lou lou studio
golden hoop earrings with ethical diamonds made from plastic street trash
model wearing stirrup legging standing in living room on toes
asymetrical black one shoulder sports bra
comfy high rise organic cotton underwear
black leahter sandals with straps
detail of black leahter luxury sandal
model wearing white scultural dress with puffy off shoulder sleeves
model wearing black maxi dress with spagetti straps
big silver bangle and transparent bangle with a ray of sun light
look book shot of model wearing ribbed wool beige leggings
high heeled 70s style clog
minimalist black leather summer sandal on pile of books
short towel shorts for women
model wearing cropped white linen blouse with front pockets

Brands in this style edit

ADORN

The boutique jewellery brand is based in Amsterdam & Bali. The brand thoughtfully creates modern classic jewellery that fuses pure and geometric elements with natural forms. The brand celebrates imperfections of the hand-made process, uses responsibly gold and works in close relationship with the Balinese artisanal community. 


ABOUT ARIANNE

A shoe brand for women 100% made in Spain. The brand does not follow trends and respects local craftsmanship and the environment. Expect a lot of candy coloured yet sophisticated leather and vegan footwear.

 

HEREU

The Spanish leather goods brand creates timeless pieces, locally crafted in the most conscious way by  artisans. Expect references to local local imagery, such as Raffia baskets and fishnets and bold, modern colors.

 

MARA HOFFMAN

Vegan clothing brand using natural, recycled, organic materials. Made and based in the USA. Her swimwear collection is made entirely  with ECONYL.

 

NOMIA

The NYC based designer is influenced by art, architecture, utilitarian workwear and the juxtaposition of masculine and feminine. She works with local, women owned factories mostly which she visits and audits personally. The brand is vegan and works with organic materials mostly. 

MARFA STANCE
Modular coats made with recycled, dead-stock fabrics or are certified sustainable originating from Italy and Japan. All padding for the Quilts is recycled. The Italian brand offsets the carbon footprint off their deliveries.

 

MIISTA

Fashion forward and artsy shoes. Designed in London, produced in Spain and Portugal. The brand delivers several style drops throughout the year. Often in limited edtion runs. The brand is committed to supporting the artisans who handcraft their heels in Spain.  

 

NAGO

First sustainable fashion brand in Poland. Using organic, natural fibers and innovative fabrics like ECONYL. The brand takes a true effort in minimizing their impact, using embossed logo’s on their packaging instead of printed ones. They even have an eco friendly version of their website (sustainability and company info section without photo’s, with standardized settings) which uses less energy and data. They also support a number of local charities.

NOMIA

The NYC based designer is influenced by art, architecture, utilitarian workwear and the juxtaposition of masculine and feminine. She works with local, women owned factories mostly which she visits and audits personally. The brand is vegan and works with organic materials mostly. 

NORBA

Active and swim wear brand working with ECONYL. Based in Ukraine. 5% of the profits go to the 'Miso Dobra' (city of goodness) foundation - a Ukrainian organisation that provided assistance and refugee for women and children who find themselves in difficult circumstances.

NAGO

First sustainable fashion brand in Poland. Using organic, natural fibers and innovative fabrics like ECONYL. The brand takes a true effort in minimizing their impact, using embossed logo’s on their packaging instead of printed ones. They even have an eco friendly version of their website (sustainability and company info section without photo’s, with standardized settings) which uses less energy and data. They also support a number of local charities.

MARFA STANCE
Modular coats made with recycled, dead-stock fabrics or are certified sustainable originating from Italy and Japan. All padding for the Quilts is recycled. The Italian brand offsets the carbon footprint off their deliveries.

SKIIM
specialising in leather pret-a-porter and accessories this UK brand works towards supply chain transparency, fair trade and garment longevity.  They work with 
a family-run factory based in Portugal with skilled craftsmen and women, that provides a fair and safe working environment within a high quality factory where the emphasis is on precision and craftsmanship. The brand is praised for their consciously sourced leather.

 

SVNR

The brand is known for its hand-dyed-to-order silks and one-of-a-kind jewelry made from found, re-used, up-cycled and natural material. The brand is based and made in New York.

 

VAGABOND

Born in 1973 the brand has commited to sustainability over the last decade. The Swedish brand works with their own Vietnam based factory and has an in house atelier where they create limited run collections.

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