Tak­ing new Stances

Indonesia Tatler - - Cutting New Cloth -

Op­po­site page, clock­wise from top left: Gior­gio Ar­mani stopped fea­tur­ing fur in 2016. Ba­len­ci­aga says it is “com­mit­ted to re­leas­ing col­lec­tions that re­flect its en­gage­ment for a bet­ter world and a sus­tain­able fu­ture,” cre­at­ing prod­ucts that in­volve no dam­age to the en­vi­ron­ment, preserve nat­u­ral re­sources and re­spect an­i­mal wel­fare. The mal­leable Primeknit up­per of Adi­das Ul­tra­boost Par­ley sneak­ers fea­tures a yarn made from ocean plas­tic in a bid to raise aware­ness of plas­tic pol­lu­tion. Chanel SS 2016 Haute Cou­ture col­lec­tion fea­tured eco-ma­te­ri­als and sus­tain­able tech­niques. In June this year, Sal­va­tore Fer­rag­amo launched its first sus­tain­able shoe, Rain­bow Fu­ture, in its Creations col­lec­tion. Ver­sace and Gucci also an­nounced this year that they would stop us­ing fur

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