The Responsible Brands You'll Want From Net-A-Porter Now
One of the first things that shocked me when I started my journey with sustainable fashion was how many brands I already knew and loved were responsible. I personally have a penchant for more contemporary and luxe brands and one place that has silently been building a superb repertoire of crème de la crème eco-friendly luxe brands, is cult favourite, Net-A-Porter. From sustainable fashion to clean beauty, you’ll be happy to know that Net-A-Porter has got your covered…
Farm Rio, is a Brazilian fashion sensation, now available at NAP. Not only do they serve up vibrant, eye-catching prints that scream “samba,” but they’re also grooving to a sustainability beat. With a pledge to protect the Amazon rainforest, Farm Rio proves that eco-conscious style is the hottest trend of all!
Agua By Agua Bendita, where style meets sustainability with a Latin flair! Inspired by the biodiversity and culture of Latin America, this brand is all about conscious fashion. With natural fibres, reclaimed polyester from recycled bottles, and eco-friendly printing techniques, they’re not just crafting stunning pieces; they’re also crafting a better planet.
One of the most elegant beauty brands ever! Their commitment to the environment is as strong as their commitment to your skin. With eco-friendly packaging, cruelty-free practices, and a dedication to sourcing ethical ingredients, they’re making the world more beautiful inside and out.
Johanna Ortiz is like the ultimate tropical holiday wardrobe. This Colombian powerhouse is weaving eco-consciousness into every thread of her designs. With an eye for ethical sourcing and a commitment to local craftsmanship, they’re not just creating fashion; they’re crafting a more beautiful, sustainable world.
The epitome of cosy-chic fashion with green intentions. This brand’s sustainable commitment is as soft as their cashmere. With ethical production, eco-friendly materials, and a passion for timeless style, they’re redefining luxury for a planet-conscious wardrobe.
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