Coachtopia is committed to creating items that have a significantly lower impact on the environment than conventional luxury products, emphasizing circularity, sustainability, collaboration, and promoting a more responsible fashion industry.
Native Shoes launched in Vancouver in 2009 and has been making shoes with a “Live Lightly” attitude ever since. According to CEO Kyle Housman, the company’s purpose has always been to reduce the impact of climate change and to question the status quo.
With such gross amounts of clothing ending up in landfills every year, DUER’s intention is to make longer-lasting materials in styles that lean classic more than trendy.
The Swedish clothing brand Rave Review is all about bold, mismatched patterns and funky shapes. But it’s not just the style that makes this brand unique. Rave Review is setting the bar for sustainable high-end fashion by sourcing and recycling materials to use in its designs.
Each garment has a low carbon footprint and can return safely to the earth after years of use.
When four friends, set out to reinvent the notion of sustainable menswear, they did so by simplifying an otherwise convoluted conversation into a single overarching principle: create clothes that transcend time not only in their construction but also through their design.
We’ve compiled a selection of autumn items from luxury labels that were founded upon a more holistic commitment to environmentally conscious practices, producing menswear collections that offer sustainability without sacrificing style.
The goal of 457 Anew is to cultivate a harmonious relationship with the environment, using upcycled, recycled, and renewable materials.
“I don’t want to just be another designer, because there are enough of those. I need to make sure that everything I’m doing has an impact.”