The Friday Fashionphile: #1. DESIGNERS WHO IMPRESS

Creative artists that baffle us with fantastical fashion are the ones that capture our attention and set the trends.  But what if a fashion designer could do more than that?  What if they could alter the way they create for the better…for sustainability?  What if they could do this without limiting their creativity?  These would be the true geniuses prancing one step ahead of the game.

I’m always on the lookout for such geniuses and am pleased to find that there is truly a movement happening!  And who’s at the helm of it all?  Don’t look any further than Stella McCartney.

From her fabrics, right down to her manufacturing, offices and retail outlets- all is in regard for the environment and its protection.  Her products are sustainable in every way.  Her motto is to make clothing that last- quality is key.  She is a pioneer in her field and there are others are quickly following suit. 

As we become more educated and sensitized, we realize how much it makes all sense.  But bear in mind that ultimately, design, comfort, color, originality and trend, flash first in our mind and that’s mainly what sells if you don’t know any better.  Bottom line: We must fall in love!  So, it’s imperative that sustainability matches a desire for the garment!

Check out these following designers who have adapted sustainability in their practice- you’ll agree that they don’t disappoint!  When you can marry good sense with extraordinary beauty and creativity- well that’s a match that can’t be beaten. These are the fashion designers that must be applauded…as well as lauded. 

Read about Stella McCartney’s sustainability here.

Read about Vivienne Westwood’s sustainability here.

Read about Rag and Bone’s sustainability here.

Read about John Patrick’s sustainability here.

Read about Mara Hoffman’s sustainability here.

Read about Eileen Fisher’s sustainability here.

Which sustainable Fashion Designers impress you?

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