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10.09.2020

Good News: Ganni Goes Organic, COS Reps Recycled, Weekday’s Cotton Rules & Lots More!

Hello and welcome to our weekly round-up of the news we’ve been busy reading. Here you’ll find all the hot goss from within the sustainability sphere, from collection drops to conscious commitments, and anything else that’ll help you look like a well-informed stylish person at the next dinner party. Ok, no promises, but here we go:

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**Good News:** Ganni Goes Organic, COS Reps Recycled, Weekday’s Cotton Rules & Lots More!
@ganni

Ganni Introduces Certified Organic Wool

In the wise words of Ganni’s sustainability page: “Not all certifications are made equal, and we’re very critical about which ones we trust.” So, obviously we’re super stoked that everyone’s favourite brand has found an organic wool certification that it can stand behind — just in time for winter! The announcement came on Instagram this week when the brand launched the first of its autumn/winter collection, said to feature relaxed tailoring, souped-up collars and sophisticated shapes. Just lovely. See what’s new at ganni.com

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@cosstores

COS Launches New Recycled Denim

COS has come through with an autumn/winter denim collection that is ripe with recycled and organic cotton. Just like you’d expect from the brand, the cuts are modern (straight, tapered, flared but not in a theatrical way) and the washes are fresh. Styles of note are the turn up straight leg jeans in a white wash, and a beige cropped straight leg. They’ll elevate heavy wintery looks and when summer rolls back around you’ll want to keep wearing them. See more at cosstores.com

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@hm

H&M Enlists Giuliva Heritage for Timeless Sustainability

H&M has just launched a collaboration with Italian brand Giuliva Heritage. The results, the brand describes perfectly as “effortlessly feminine with a borrowed-from-the-boys attitude,” *Chef kiss*. From single breasted blazers made from the most delightfully caramel fabric — which happens to be more than 50% recycled — to reliable shirting, dress pants, and even a sleeveless wool-blend coat, the collection is decidedly classic and timeless. Though the fact that the collection has a commitment to using more sustainable materials, to us, makes it entirely modern. To shop, head to hm.com

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@fantabody_

Fanta Body Announces Capsule Made From Ocean Waste

This week, Italian bodysuit brand Fanta Body announced an earth-friendly capsule made entirely of plastic bottles pulled from the ocean. Titled ‘Evergreen’, the first drop from the collection is a ‘warm plush’ short sleeve bodysuit with cool contrast stitching. What’s next? We’re unsure, but the brand suggests we “stay tuned ‘cause plastic bottles have never been so cool.” Roger that! All eyes on fantabody.com

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@weekdayofficial

Weekday Declares All Cotton Is Organic Or Recycled

Not at all new to the sustainable mindset, Weekday has been making its jeans from organic cotton since 2015. This year, the brand announced that 100% of all its cotton products would be made from either organic or recycled cotton. FYI organic cotton not only means no synthetic pesticides or fertilizers damaging the soil, it also means 62% less energy and 71% less water usage on average compared to the sourcing of traditional cotton. Big mood. Weekday has stuck by it, with their trustworthy denim now available in fresh washes, as well as all the comfy tees, hoodies and sweats you could poke a Dorito dust coated remote at. Check weekday.com

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