1. Focus on sustainably produced fashion
Green fashion is in! Consumers and manufacturers are becoming increasingly aware of sustainability when it comes to clothing and accessory production. Sustainable fashion, where neither people nor the environment have been exploited, is now in demand. Anyone who wants to make their wardrobe more sustainable needs to make sure that materials are from organic sources, that production is resource friendly and uses no toxic chemicals, and that fair working conditions with no child labour are a matter of course.
For example, in our current collection, we’ve primarily used nappa lambskin that is 100% certified with a gold rating from the LWG (Leather Working Group) - an initiative that campaigns to optimise environmental management in the leather industry, and promotes toxin-free processing using as little energy and water as possible. For us, striving towards sustainability is a never-ending process. We’re always searching for innovative materials made from renewable fibres. Our current collection, for example, includes sneakers with laces made of Tencel or with EVA-WALK eco-soles which are composed of up to 30% recycled materials.