Sustainability is more than a buzzword. The beauty and fashion industry is now more than ever, committed to protect the environment and reduce carbon footprint. Let’s look at how we, as consumers, can make eco-conscious choices while still looking cute from head to toe.
Chantecaille – Protect Indian wilderness
To support its conservation partner in India – SUJÁN Tiger and Leopard Conservation, Chantecaille has launched the new Luminescent Eye Shade. The pearl particle infused eye shadow comes in two fall-appropriate shades of Tiger: a regal emerald and Leopard: a wild chrome bronze, to pay tribute to the two vanishing species and the environments they inhabit in India.
The innovative gel-powder formula is encased in compacts with portraits of the great wild cats, captured by SUJÁN’s founders Jaisal & Anjali Singh.
Get your hands on these dazzling shadows to help support SUJÁN’s project in preserving the Indian wilderness and the country’s diverse cultural heritage.
AIGLE – French elegance
The gloomy rainy days might not be the most uplifting season of all, yet splashing in puddles is always so much fun to kids.
AIGLE’s new rubber boots for children, the French Lolly, are handmade by the fashion house’s master rubber craftsmen in the historic workshops in France. Using planet-approved natural materials, the rain boots are inspired by AIGLE’s adult iteration to give them a sleek and sophisticated design but with added fun, thanks to the bright color blocks.
Available in kid sizes from 28 to 34, the French Lolly is one of the collections that echo AIGLE’s many initiatives to reduce environmental impact through reducing its greenhouse gas emissions, eliminating unnecessary plastic packaging, and much more.
Furla – Rebirth of an icon
Fashionistas should be no stranger to the iconic Furla Candy Tote. This season, Furla celebrates the 10th anniversary of the signature creation with Re-Candy, the Italian luxury label’s first-ever sustainable handbag.
Made with recycled plastic using energy obtained from certified renewable sources, Re-Candy comes in four sorbet-worthy hues, which are all recycled cotton dyed. All accessories and the shoulder strap are also entirely made of recycled materials, to ensure all components of the bag are designed with sustainability in mind.
Tommy Hilfiger – Embrace the great outdoors in style
Hiking season finally commences. Whether you are looking for some motivation to get active or some new pieces to rock the trails, Tommy Hilfiger’s Fall 2021 collection totally deserves a spot in your wardrobe.
Inspired by the ideal of returning to nature by celebrating the beauty of Mother Nature, the new launches all embrace different sustainable innovations. Think bio-based and recycled TH-Warm fibers in the men’s water-repellent hooded jacket, and women’s recycled colorblock pleated midi skirt, which is made of 72% recycled polyester, both of which would make perfect transitional pieces from summer to fall, alongside other polyurethane-free designs in the collection.
Theory – In pursuit of tomorrow
Theory believes that style begins with purpose. The Fall 2021 global brand campaign, titled “In Pursuit of Tomorrow,” sheds light on different perspectives of hope.
Through portraits photographed by Craig McDean and a video directed by Jason Evans, humanitarian figures and environment advocates such as Amanda Seyfried, Misty Copeland, and Jeremy Pope speak of their devotion to their life’s work, the power of fashion and their commitment to positive change.
The campaign also showcases some of the most iconic silhouettes by Theory. Sleek lines and neutral tones are presented in different responsibly sourced materials, such as the consciously-crafted Good Wool – a premium merino wool that is fully traceable to the farm in Tasmania and woven by an eco-conscious mill in Italy.
Start closing the loop today by supporting these environmentally-conscious creations, so you too, can make a lasting difference in our planet.