These Brands Prove Sustainable Fashion Isn't Boring

Photographed by Luke & Nik.
All clothes by Luna Del Pinal.
If you hold the belief that sustainable and ethical fashion just isn’t cool, think again. It’s a lazy and uninformed opinion to immediately write off the remarkable brands working hard to transform the fashion industry, one well-crafted, humanely made and environmentally friendly garment at a time. There are many brands out there, both big and small, ranging from more affordable to luxury, which are producing clothes that are trend-led, beautifully made and flattering.
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This spring shoot celebrates just some of the designers challenging the status quo with ethical collections and items that could seamlessly fit into your wardrobe, whether you’re after simple silhouettes or something more directional and one-of-a-kind. From Faustine Steinmetz and Vivienne Westwood to Maiyet or Mango’s recently launched Committed collection, we hope you enjoy this sustainable fashion story as much as we enjoyed shooting it. If it inspires you to rethink your shopping habits and approach to fast fashion, even better.
Jumpsuit by Stella McCartney.
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Photographed by Luke & Nik.
All clothes by Faustine Steinmetz.
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Photographed by Luke & Nik.
Dress by MANGO Committed.
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Photographed by Luke & Nik.
Suit by Maiyet.
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All clothes by MANGO Committed.
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Photographed by Luke & Nik.
Dress by Cherevichkiotvichki.
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Photographed by Luke & Nik.
Jumpsuit by Vivienne Westwood.
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Photographed by Luke & Nik.
Dress by Faustine Steinmetz.
All clothes by Luna Del Pinal.
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