5 Sustainable Looks Inspired by the Net Sustain Edit

Net-a-Porter just released their latest edit Net Sustain and it’s all about sustainability. They have carefully vetted the brands in the edit for how they create their products and how they treat animals and the environment around them. The brands they’ve included brands that are locally made meaning they produce 50% within their own country or community. The brands help promote craftsmanship and community and have certifications and have fair trade principles. They also consider the materials and processes the brands use. So looking at the brands and I came up with 5 outfits. Let me know your favorite in the comments below.

Veja Sneakers– Made from sustainable leather and organic cotton.

Nannacay Bag– Traditionally crafted in Brazil. Every bag comes with a tag that tells you who made it.

E.L.V Denim– Upcycled with vintage denim fabrics.

Melissa Joy Manning Ring and Earrings– Both pieces are made from recycled gold.

Nagnata Top– Made with production techniques that eliminate fabric waste and organic cotton.

Ninety Percent Top– Ninety Percent donates 90% of it’s profits to charity.

Mother of Pearl Skirt– Made with the consciously considered material lyocell and a traceable supply chain.

Nannacay Bag– Hand crocheted by traditional artisans.

Stella McCartney Heels– Made with vegan PU.

Laura Lombardi Earrings– Handcast locally in Brooklyn.

Lemlem Dress– Made with ethically handwoven Ethiopian cotton.

Veja Sneakers– Made in Brazil at a Fair Trade factory using organic materials and wild sourced rubber.

Wwake Earrings– Handmade in NYC with freshwater pearls sourced from the U.S. The gold is recycled and fairmined.

Hereu Bag– Made in Spain using organic cotton and vegetable tanned leather.

Stella McCartney Heels– Made in Italy solvent-free vegan leather.

Stine Goya Dress– Made of organic peace silk and organic rose petal yarns.

Nannacay Bag– Handmade by Brazilian artisans using traditional techniques.

Pippa Small Bracelet– Handmade by local artisans in collectives in India, Afghanistan, Myanmar, and Bolivia.

Leigh Miller Earrings– The earrings are made of hand blown glass in L.A. The ancient tradition of wax casting is also used.

Veja Sneakers– All materials used are sourced ethically and the name “esplar” refers to a charity that supports local farmers.

Bassike Top– Made responsibly with organic cotton jersey.

Mara Hoffman Pants– Made with sustainable hemp.

Catbird Ring– Hand cast in Brooklyn using responsible, waste reducing practices.

Kayu Bag– Made by female filipino artisans using locally sourced seagrass.

Chopard Earrings– Made with ethically and responsibly sourced gold. The pieces in the Net Sustain edit are supporting small mines receive their fairmined certification.