Returning to the Pure London stage for a second year, I stepped it up a notch by bringing men’s styling into the mix – and a bit of gender-neutral-styling too!
I stripped it back to basics and showcased how key pieces can be re-worn and restyled to create a range of looks. And demonstrated that the size of your wardrobe doesn’t matter, it’s what you do with it that counts!
When transitioning towards a sustainable wardrobe, a curated and well thought out collection is key.
Men’s sustainably styled looks featured in the Roberta Style Lee Catwalk:
Let me know in the comments which men’s look is your favourite. If you reach out to the brands let them know you saw them here, they may even offer a little discount code for you! Worth asking.
Brands Featured in Roberta Style Lee Catwalk – Men’s looks:
Agrajain is a contemporary Sustainable Fashion Couture House based in Agra, India. They believe that every piece of fashion is also a work of art.
http://www.agrajjain.com / IG @agrajain
Aristocracy London creates limited edition 3 piece men’s suits that can be dressed up or down.
https://www.aristocracy.london / IG @aristocracylondon
Ethics & Sustainability Policy on Website? NO, but their website does say:
- We acknowledge that the fashion industry is a significant contributor to pollution and we seek the most sustainable solution in each business decision we make
- We are thoughtful in the use of resources. For example, our packaging box is reusable and recyclable and our tissue paper supplier plants a tree for every order we place
- Despite the global character of fashion, we actively try to reduce our carbon footprint and will minimise air travel where possible
FRAMIORE is a womenswear label that focuses on sustainability. Clothes are made from fabrics including Tencel, cotton, hemp and bamboo.
http://www.framiore.com/ IG @framiore
Ethics & Sustainability Policy on Website – Kind of… – in the ‘About’ section they outline their commitment to ‘environmentally-friendly processes and ethic production principles throughout the supply chain.’
Snide’s menswear items are designed and produced ethically and tailor-cut. Their UK-manufactured polo shirts 100% organic cotton and are knitted in a traditional fabric mill in the heart of England, dyed using eco-friendly methods, low azo dyes, and minimal water – and GOTS certified.
https://snidelondon.co.uk / IG @snidelondon
Ethics & Sustainability Policy on Website – NO, but their website does details about their product on the about page and they have a ‘Modern Slavery Statement’ which outlines a commitment to a transparent supply chain.
Big thanks to:
Model: Dan Pontarlier – IG @dpontarlier
MUA Natasha Thornton – IG @n.t.makeup
Photographer: Edna Lewis – IG @eddnalewis
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