Vogue Australia's Guide to Sustainable Fashion

Vogue Australia's Guide to Sustainable Fashion

Fast Fashion is Costing the Planet.

Last month Vogue fashion writer Tanja Gacic outlined the current state of sustainable and ethical fashion across Australia including an extensive list of the brands that are trying to bring about a new wave of consumer consciousness. Her work covered everything from fashion landfill to pollution and water consumption.

In the article, Sustainable fashion: how to make the switch to an environmentally friendly wardrobe, Gacic listed Melbourne label Arnsdorf as a leader in Australia with impeccable eco credentials.

"The coat is by Arnsdorf, a label that rebooted after five years with impeccable eco credentials, it now not only has full transparency on fabric sourcing which includes organic cotton and indigo dyed denim, but also on manufacturing costs and wages. The pieces are meant to be timeless, therefore the brand offers in-house fittings and lifetime repairs."

The article also listed Wynn Hamlyn, Susan Driver, St Xavier, KowTow, Lonely, KitX, Maggie Marilyn and Temple of the Son as other brands that are working in the sustainability space.

We’re continuing on our mission to bring about the next awakening of consumer consciousness. Read more about our transparent approach to fashion or click here to view the items that are resonating most with our family of women who are hell bent on bringing about change.

July 14, 2018

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