SLIP DRESS TRIANGLE CRÉPE IN PEACH by Jan’n’June
MAXIDRESS ZOE IN ANIMAL BY Hati Hati
MARTA DRESS BY Armed Angels
CAMISOLE SLIP DRESS IN CREAM BY People Tree
PERNILLE DRESS BY Noumenon
CARLITA DRESS IN WHITE BY Reformation
STRAP DRESS IN RED BY Lanius
The pink slip dress (€70) is made from recycled polyester which makes it vegan and sustainable. Jan ‘n June uses organic cotton (GOTS certified) which reduces chemicals (that you would be wearing on your skin!) and recycled fabrics, along with Micro Modal which is a CO2 neutral fabric and manufactures in Poland. The Maxidress (€160) by Hati Hati is ethically produced using less chemically treated, sustainable fabrics. The off-the shoulder dress (€70) is by Armed Angels, a company that uses sustainable and organic materials and produces under certified fair conditions. This Camisole (€40) by People Tree can be worn under a dress or as a simple summer dress. People Tree uses organic fabrics that are dyed with safe azo-free dyes and produces ethically. The Pernille dress (€150) is by Noumenon, a vegan company that produces ethically in Europe to reduce CO2 emissions and uses recylced materials, as well as environmentally-friendly ink. I’ve been a huge fan of Reformation for years, therefore I had to include one of their stunning dresses ($178)! Apart from their trendy, beautiful designs, Reformation produces their garments ethically in the United States using eco-friendly practices: their energy supply is from wind-power, they recycle and compost waste, they work with local and sustainable suppliers and much more. Plus, Reformation is a Certified Benefit Corporations (B Corps) which is a new type of company that uses the power of business to solve social and environmental problems. The Lanius dress (€120) is vegan, like every garment from the company, and sustainably made.