Search

Eco-Cool


From modern leisurewear to timeless staples, a wardrobe all devote to sustainability.

Natalie M @ Elite London Jacket Jacket: Isidora Durovic, made with zero-waste pattern technique from polyester salvage stock donated by LVMH / Faux leather handbag: Progetto Quid. Made in Italy, under Italian Labour regulations. Fabric was upcycled from salvage stock from forniture company Zoli. Progetto Quid employs disadvantaged workers, focu- sing mainly on women who are at high risk of social exclusion.

Carol I @ Elite London Dress by Progetto Quid, made in Italy. The fabric

for the garment was donated to the brand by Tes- situra Rossi, an Italian textile producer /

Sport Bag: FREITAG, F46 CLARK. FREITAG products are made from used truck tarps and car seat belts. Each one recycled, each one unique. They are designed, cut by hand and packaged in Zurich.

Jasmine Hussain @ Elite London “Hoxton” Shirt by P.i.C. Style, made of 100% organic cotton percale (GoTs certi ed fabric). Made in London with locally sourced, sustainable and organic fabrics / “Hackney” jumpsuit worn without the bibfront by P.i.C Style, made of 100% organic cotton denim (GoTs certi ed fabric) / Belt by Laura Zabo, handmade in London upcycling bycicle tyres.

Sarah Forth @ Elite London / Cap (throughout) by Progetto Quid, made in Italy under Italian labour regulations. The fabric for the garment is salvaged from surplus production textiles recovered from Italian fabric producers.

Carol Isla @ Elite London Kingsland striped sweatshirt, GoT Certified Organic cotton brushed fleece by P.i.C Style, made in London with locally sourced, sustainable and organic fabrics. Cap by: Progetto Quid.

Carol Isla @ Elite London Cardigan (worn as dress) by Progetto Quid, made in Italy under ita - lian labour regulations. The cardigan was produced with zero-waste pattern technique, salvaged from surplus production textiles reco -

vered from Italian fabric producers / Hip Bag: FREITAG, F153 JAMIE. FREITAG products are made from used truck tarps and car seat belts. Each one recycled, each one unique. They are designed, cut by hand and packaged in Zurich.

Sarah Forth @ Elite London Shirt by Progetto Quid, made in Italy under Italian labour regulations. The

fabric for the garment is salvaged from surplus production textiles recove- red from Italian fabric producers. Progetto Quid employs disadvantaged

workers, focusing mainly on women who are at high risk of social exclu- sion /

“Dalston Peg” Trousers by P.i.C. Style, made of 100% organic cotton denim (GoTs certi ed fabrics) [original belt was substituted with Laura Zabo’s] / Belt by Laura Zabo, handmade in London upcycling a Schwalbe Ultremo rejected bicycle tyre / Backpack: FREITAG, F201 PETE (worn as handbag). FREITAG products are made from used truck tarps and car seat belts. Each one recycled, each one unique. They are designed, cut by hand and packaged in Zurich.