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Given the fact that, according to The World Economic Forum, ‘the fashion industry produces 10 per cent of all humanity’s carbon emissions and is the second-largest consumer of the world’s water supply’, there is much to be done when it comes to making fashion more eco-friendly. If you’re looking to switch up your shopping habits, these are the sustainable fashion collaborations and collections to get behind now. 

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Sustainable Fashion Collaborations & Collections



PANGAIA, the materials science company on a mission to save our environment, launches a new line of denim today. Created from wild Himalayan nettle and organic cotton sourced from India, in collaboration with the Candiana Denim Mill in Italy, the collection is the first instance where selvedge denim has been made with Himalayan nettle. The new, highly innovative denim material is super strong, durable, breathable and soft to the touch (a result obtained by using left hand weaving). The denim collection is also dyed using Candiani’s state-of-the-art water and dye saving process, which weaves the Himalayan nettle shuttle loom at a slow speed. Before sewing, the fabric undergoes a resting period – allowing the process to fall under the category of slow fashion. The first release of Himalayan nettle denim products will consist of pan-sex straight leg denim jeans, a 90’s vintage inspired jacket and a women’s high rise straight leg pant.

The Restory x Nicholas Kirkwood

The Restory x Nicholas Kirkwood

The leading provider of luxury aftercare, The Restory, has announced a new partnership with Nicholas Kirkwood to help drive sustainability and circularity in the fashion industry. The Restory will become Nicholas Kirkwood’s aftercare partner and enforce the brand’s motto that luxury can be for life. From 4 October 2021, Nicholas Kirkwood customers can access a wide range of aftercare services, including re-heeling, cleaning, leather restoration and repair – all to extend the life of their shoes. The service will be available directly through the Nicholas Kirkwood website, through Farfetch Platform Solutions. /

Reformation’s Novelty Denim

Reformation Jeans

LA-based fashion brand Reformation has been celebrating the feminine figure and pioneering sustainable practices since its conception in 2009, when it first began to sell vintage and own-brand items. The brand aims to bring sustainable fashion to everyone by creating timeless pieces that are ethically created – everything is made from low-impact materials, rescued deadstock fabrics, and repurposed vintage clothing to make production as circular as possible. Reformation’s most recent drop, Novelty Denim, is a fun play on the brand’s staple denim line. Expect to find classic styles like the high rise, Bailey utility pant, and Cynthia jeans reimagined in bright swirls of colour and psychedelic patterns. Stylish, on-trend, and good for the planet. 

Borgo de Nor’s MUSES Collection

Borgo de Nor

Borgo de Nor has teamed up with UK-based charity Smart Works to create a new collection that celebrates women and sustainable initiatives alike. MUSES takes the brand’s bestselling designs and infuses them with a more circular production approach; each style is manufactured on an ad-hoc basis using up-cycled fabric from previous collections. The result? Timeless and unique day-to-evening dresses that make the planet a little greener. The collection launches on Borgo de Nor’s website on 28 July, and 10% of all proceeds will be donated to Smart Works.

reM’Ade by 7 For All Mankind

reM'Ade by 7 For All Mankind

American denim brand 7 For All Mankind and British label Marques’Almeida have extended their partnership with a brand-new sustainable capsule of denim clothes, ‘reM’Ade by 7 For All Mankind’. Starring 70s-style flares, an oversized trucker jacket and an asymmetric denim dress, the planet-friendly edit employs patchwork construction and no-impact hardware, designed with old stock and excess fabrics. ‘We have more fun designing collections that aim to be part of a solution for a greater problem,’ says arta Marques and Paulo Almeida, designers and joint CEOs of Marques’Almeida, ‘and we hope everyone enjoys the finished product and that it’s just the first step in a new way of producing and experiencing fashion.’

Stella McCartney Sustainable Collection

Stella McCartney sustainable collection

Stella McCartney is a pioneer in sustainable fashion, and its most recent collection is the greenest yet. Pieces are made with a whole host of eco-friendly materials including recycled polyester and elastane, organic cotton and linen, forest-friendly viscose and responsible wool. There are Air Slide flip flops made from recycled materials, handbags made from second-life plastic and sustainable beech wood soles, plus a new hero style of bag has launched, the ‘Frayme’. Launching 10 June,

KALITA x Isobel + Cleo

Kalita x Isobel + Cleo

KALITA’s signature silk dresses are the epitome of holiday glamour and have gained a legion of suitably stylish fans, including Julia Roberts, Kate Moss and Angelina Jolie. Now the British brand, which was originally inspired by a trip to Greece but is firmly rooted in sustainability, has teamed up with another sustainable brand – knitwear label Isobel + Cleo. Together they have collaborated to produce the ‘Rothko’, a gorgeously warm cashmere wrap perfect for chilly evenings (and wrapping round a stunning KALITA robe). £540.   

adidas Originals: Stan Smith, Forever

adidas Stan Smith Forever

For over half a century, the iconic Stan Smith trainer has remained fundamentally untouched. Yet adidas has now decided it’s time for a change, as part of the brand’s journey to use only recycled polyester by 2024 – and reach carbon neutrality by 2050. The next generation of the shoes will be composed with white PRIMEGREEN uppers, a series of high-performance recycled materials and white recycled rubber outsoles. There will also be a women’s iteration featuring printed planet earth-inspired graphics, gold eyelets and green heel tabs. Each pair will arrive in the classic adidas Originals blue box, which has been updated to be composed of more than 90 per cent recycled paper.

Desigual’s Love The World Collection

Desigual's Love The World Collection

Spanish brand Desigual has launched its most sustainable collection yet: an upcycled capsule of denim jackets, overalls, skirts and more, created using offcuts from pre-loved jeans. The collection is part of the brand’s new eco-conscious ‘Love The World’ range, demonstrating the company’s ongoing efforts to be as eco-friendly as possible. In fact, Desigual has stated that sustainable fibres will make up 30 per cent of its collection by 2021, and 50 per cent by 2023, as well as appraising its all-important supply chain. Shop the collection now at

Alexander McQueen & Vestiaire Collective


Alexander McQueen SS20 finale. Chris Moore,

As sustainable fashion collaborations go, you’ll struggle to find a more exemplary pair than McQueen and Vestiaire Collective. The British fashion house and pre-loved luxury fashion platform have partnered in what Emmanuel Gintzburger, CEO of Alexander McQueen calls, “a move towards circular practice”. The house will be the first to collaborate with Vestiaire on its new “Brand Approved” programme, a service which will enable brands to champion circular fashion and sell pre-loved luxury garments via the Vestiaire platform. “There is an urgent need to address the way we currently produce and consume fashion,” says Fanny Moizant, Vestiaire Collective Co-founder and President. “Vestiaire Collective’s ‘Brand Approved’ programme offers a sustainable solution, reinforcing the importance of durability, whilst empowering first-hand fashion players to disrupt their linear business models and embrace circularity.” Shop the collection now at


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Christian Louboutin for Selfridges Project Earth

Iconic designer shoe brand Christian Louboutin will unveil a new sustainable capsule collection at Selfridges this month, as part of the department store’s Project Earth initiative. The first luxury shoe brand to collaborate on the project, Louboutin’s six-piece collection will consist of men’s trainers, women’s pumps, boots and handbags, all designed with upcycled denim sourced by global charity Caritas International. Available at Selfridges London from 20 February 2021.

Upcycled by Mid Miu

Affirming its sustainability efforts, Miu Miu has announced the launch of its first upcycled collection, Upcycled by Miu Miu. The unique collection features 80 bespoke dresses – ranging from the 1930s to the 80s and originally sourced from vintage clothing stores and markets – which have been carefully refashioned by the Italian label’s designers. The one-off pieces are available to shop from nine selected Miu Miu boutiques worldwide, including London, Paris and Milan.


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ReSet Forever Love by De Beers

De Beers

Kristina’s Necklace

Branded as the world’s leading diamond company, De Beers has joined forces with three jewellery design graduates – Kristina Ferenchuk, Ami Masamitsu and Louis Tamlyn – from Central Saint Martins in the curation of a new modern love-inspired jewellery collection, comprising rings, necklaces and a brooch. Titled ReSet Forever Love, each of the original jewellery pieces has been crafted with responsibly sourced diamonds, set to be unveiled at the international De Beers Group Designers Initiative Shining Light Awards ceremony later this year. The company has also announced that it will be donating £10,000 to the launch of a new ‘Provenance Award’ – a prize designed to support the next generation of jewellery designers.

The North Face X Gucci

Gucci x North Face

One of the most talked-about sustainable fashion collaborations of 2020, luxury Italian fashion house Gucci teamed up with the outerwear experts at North Face to create an eclectic and colourful collection encouraging adventure and outdoor exploration. Hence, the 70s-inspired collaboration campaign was shot in the Alps, in which a group of voguish hikers can been seen wandering across a range of breathtaking backdrops. Featuring the likes of practical and vibrant puffer coats, backpacks, The North Face X Gucci logo-embossed hiking boots, as well as a range of stylish tents and sleeping bags, the highly anticipated collection has taken into account a number of environmental factors; luggage has been designed using ECONYL®, a nylon fabric crafted from regenerated materials, whilst paper and cardboard packaging has been sustainably sourced, and is fully recyclable.


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HRH The Prince of Wales & YOOX NET A PORTER GROUP Chairman and CEO Federico Marchetti with six of the Modern Artisans at the final collection review at Dumfries House

HRH The Prince of Wales’ charity, The Prince’s Foundation in November of last year partnered with fashion retailer YOOX NET-A-PORTER GROUP to launch a new capsule collection of luxury sustainable womenswear and menswear. Titled The Modern Artisan project, the 18-piece collection has been crafted by young artisans and students from both Italy and the UK, of which the initiative seeks to provide a platform for young and aspiring designers. Prince Charles said of the collection, “I’ve been enormously impressed by the efforts, the ideas and the vision shown by the artisans from the UK and Italy. Hopefully they will take away a great deal of skill and understanding of sustainable approaches to design and manufacturing that they can apply to their own businesses or future careers. The key for me is to rediscover the importance that nature plays, understand where natural materials come from and how they can be used in exciting and innovative ways. After all, nature is the source of everything.”

Atelier Zuhra Upcycled Denim Collection

Atelier Zuhra

Atelia Zuhra, a Dubai-based couture house known for its extravagant embroidered gowns usually seen on celebrities gracing the red carpets, has recently launched a seasonless and sustainable fashion collection. The sparkling collection features upcycled denim pieces reproduced in a slow fashion manner, available in a variety of colours and styles with uniquely designed handmade embellishments. Shop the collection at

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