Sustainable fashion: designers are more successful

Fashion & Lifestyle
Nowadays, more and more brands and fashion designs are approaching a sustainable fashion, able to fully respect our planet, the health of its customers and also to protect textile workers.

This green commitment is certainly very important and therefore much appreciated and recognized by the people who pour into the shops every day trying to find a garment that can mix timeless beauty with high quality.

Let’s see together, then, who are the most successful eco designers who are promoting green fashion:

1. Stella Mc Cartney

His creations are entirely cruelty-free, his furs completely eco to protect the animal world and the environment that surrounds it.

His commitment to eco fashion has been unquestionable since the 1990s, to the point of achieving enormous success today. Search our blog for the article entirely dedicated to you!

2. Eileen Fischer

His commitment as an ethical fashion designer is aimed at using completely green yarns and natural coloring techniques without environmental impact.

Her brand is well known, in our blog you can find an article dedicated to her!

3. Mara Hoffman

His creations are entirely dedicated to the female world and manufactured with ecological fabrics, such as organic cotton or hemp, and fabrics coming from the conscious recycling of plastic or other waste present in the sea.

4. Live Westwood

The punk rock designer has always mixed politics with his way of doing ethical fashion, siding with important humanitarian associations and choosing for his clothing only green and environmentally friendly materials

5. Richard Queen

After taking part in many eco-sustainable fashion projects and winning major scholarships, Richard Queen has continued to produce green clothing, introducing innovative printing techniques aimed at lowering waste.

6. Annika Deboer

New Zealand fashion designer, very famous for her clothing with fine fabrics and features that evoke a timeless story

7. Amelie Pichard

The French fashion designer cares about animal welfare and for this reason has created a collection of entirely vegan shoes, also involving the activist in the sector Pamela Anderson

8. Gilberto Calzolari

Italian fashion designer, with an innate talent and with the commitment to bring the standards of the fashion industry back to an ethics and sustainability that distinguishes each of his creations.

9. Marine Greenhouses

Very popular fashion designer for her commitment to eco fashion. In this regard, its collections are entirely designed with green and recycled materials, giving greater impetus to green clothing

10. Richard Malone

Richard Malone is certainly the first fashion designer engaged in sustainable fashion who has achieved great success and success.

His commitment is above all directed towards the conditions of female workers in textile factories, who no longer have to inhale and be in constant contact with harmful substances. To this end, Malone uses only green fibers and fabrics and has developed cutting-edge work techniques, capable of transforming plastic into fine yarns without any environmental impact.

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