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16 January 2020

Sustainable brands at Jacket Required AW20



In case you missed it, we recently made an exciting announcement. As part of our re-edit, Jacket Required AW20 will see the introduction of our Sustainable Showroom. We are proud to champion green initiatives and have dedicated a third of the show to sustainable and ethical fashion brands making a difference. Ahead of opening day, here are a few sustainable favourites to meet:

 

Raeburn




Christopher Raeburn has established his eponymous brand RÆBURN with innovative and responsible design for a global audience. The RÆMADE ethos in particular has pioneered the reworking of surplus fabrics and garments to create distinctive and functional pieces. Alongside this, a highly collaborative spirit informs luxurious, handcrafted and award-winning products with integrity and purpose.

 

Thalassophy




Jacket Required is proud to introduce Thalassophy, a premium lifestyle brand created for the ocean. With a collection made up of shorts from 100% recycled marine and landfill plastic and shirts from 100% traceable organic cotton, Thalassophy are pro-transparency, pro-circular fashion and anti-greenwashing. Join this exciting new British brand on their mission to save the oceans at Jacket Required.

 

Komodo




KOMODO have been making sustainable fashion since they started out in 1988.  London will always be the heart of the brand and combined with Joe Komodo's travels to Bali and Kathmandu, these three places make up the KOMODO heritage.  The brand has brought back and updated many of their favourite techniques and knitwear styles for the AW20 collection, made by the skilled artisans of Kathmandu, whilst always retaining an urban London aesthetic.

 

United Change Makers



Founded by Jacket Required’s sustainability ambassador, Phil Wildbore, United Change Makers believe that we all have a role to play in making fashion more sustainable, offering an alternative to the disposable trends on the high street by introducing a collection of key pieces that will last from season to season. Committed to sustainability, UCM work only with quality organic fabrics and manufacturers who are passionate about supporting their workers with living wages and safe working conditions.


Discover these green brands, and more people- and planet-friendly labels at Jacket Required AW20.
 
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