Ethical essentials — 5 eco-friendly menswear brands to know
Stock up on pieces that'll ensure you step out in (sustainable) style.
For those of us who aren’t full-fledged fans of fast fashion, it’s refreshing to know that so many menswear brands are becoming more conscious about the destructive price of production, and starting to make efforts — some small, some substantial — to minimize their carbon footprints. Below, five to put on your radar, so you can shop till you drop, with a crystal clear conscience.
Jennifer Brachmann’s formal architectural training is always apparent in her minimalistic designs. Think casual-cool, reconstructed classics with a sculptural, avant-garde twist.
Attention to detail is paramount for the Berlin-based namesake designer who is gaining traction for his softly tailored, slightly structured separates that are equal parts laid-back and luxe.
Fans of oversize, exaggerated silhouettes will fall head over heels for this Franco-Syrian’s designs. Slouchy fits plus sharp, streamlined detailing equals major street-style appeal.
Raf Simons’ former protégé may be the new kid on the sartorial block, but he’s poised to become a boldface name soon enough, thanks to his urban Japanese-inspired collections that make fashion fun.
Trumped-up textures, intricate details, and slick, simplistic cuts… Quirky yet somewhat understated seems to be the running theme in every collection from this English brand.