No more boring, the latest collections feature organic, recycled or earth-friendly fabrics along with innovative new materials and are created using a small-scale production process, ethical sourcing or local circular process. In a press release, UKFT said this season, more than ever, British brands are looking to show that fashion slower doesn’t mean compromising on style.
For the new season, sustainable luxury brand BAV TAILOR further reinforces its commitment to global craftsmanship, diversity and ‘slowly’ fashion through the brand’s conscious 360° manifesto. The new Ananda AW22/23 collection focuses on the synthesis of conscious luxury and responsibility through innovative new materials such as Tencel Luxe, which are obtained from renewable wood sources in a closed process providing Offers a smooth grip, curtain and fluid-like color. vibrancy.
After a nearly two-year hiatus, the UK’s contemporary and high-end brands are back with the ongoing Paris Fashion Week with responsible production high on the agenda. The execution pause has given designers a chance to pause and rethink the way they do things, returning to reborn collections that excite buyers but limit their impact on the journey. pure.
The latest Teija Eilola collection, which can be seen at Paper Mache Tiger, includes handcrafted details and unique pleats cut to create a one-of-a-kind piece with a Nordic spirit. In this collection, Teija used a 1910 patent for Scottish Wax cotton, sustainable cashmere in traditional Aran patterns and Made in Italy fine tufted leather from local tanneries. “The new F22 collection is a blend of our delightfully crafted details and new textiles, from engineered spandex and ruching to a Scottish Wax cotton outerwear with ruched hemline. military,” said Designer Teija Eilola. “With delicate beading, structured double wool and luxurious oversized knitwear, we are focused on finding new ways to be sustainable and thoughtful about processes and sourcing. locally.”
Clothing brand Avantgarde IA London, showing at Paris Showroom NO SEASON this season, seeks to bring a sense of timelessness, authenticity and quality into the age of fast-moving consumer goods, with the longevity of garments. achieved by focusing on their quality. The brand works with carefully selected British digital printing experts to ensure that the deeply vivid colors of the prints are long-lasting, enhanced through the unchanging fabric quality and Careful quality control.
Women’s clothing brand Anciela, on display at Schröroom, uses a range of circular processes, recycled fabrics and deadstock textiles. Small-scale production is also based in London to ensure pay and ethical conditions, delivering beautifully crafted and planet-friendly designs.
“For us, sustainability means making clothes with ethically sourced materials that you can keep wearing for years to come: a futuristic-friendly vintage wardrobe. We are firmly against fast fashion and instead adopt a slower, more equitable approach with a focus on quality. Everything we create ends up coming back to the earth, so we are committed to using natural, plant-based textiles where possible.” founders of womenswear brand être Cécile, Yasmin Sewell and Kyle Robinsonspeak.
Contemporary womenswear designer Eudon Choi’s new collection uses organic cotton, ethically sourced cashmere, eco-friendly viscose, recycled synthetics and waste fabrics.
Atlas Accessories, displayed virtually at AQ Market, uses unique materials such as plant fibers and recycled precious metals, all of which are ethically and sustainably sourced but themselves in its own unique tribal hides. The new brand demonstrates its sustainability. Historically proven sustainable resources designed by nature to be durable, reducing disposable use.
Footwear and jewelry designer Freya Rose, who is performing at Premiere Classe, is dedicated to ensuring all of her stunning ‘wearable art’ is created ethically. virtue. Out of Sync, showing mostly at AQ Market, focuses on locally made, sustainable and sustainable fabrics and versatile design. “Our first collection was created using rescued fabric that was diverted from the landfill and given new life,” the team says. This cuts down on waste starting from things already in production as well as offering limited edition products to help slow fashion down. Our second collection ‘Interrupted’ has expanded our use of sustainable fabrics. Much of the collection is handcrafted using biodegradable materials such as Tencel and Bamboo silk. ”
St Piece London, also exhibiting at Premiere Classe, says it always produces locally in the UK and only works with responsible manufacturers and printers for its fabrics. And finally, La Fetiche celebrates traditional French and Scottish know-how in collaboration with local artisans.
Fiber2 fashion news desk (RR)