Renaissance style to street style. The main elements designers have used from the middle ages are ruffled necks, puffed sleeves, and Juliet sleeves. These four looks are taking the elements of the trend and finding them in sustainable brands. Which look is your favorite?
Emily Levine Bag– Made with handcrafted wood and natural dyes.
Maggie Marilyn Skirt– Made locally in New Zealand with ethically produced silk.
LaDoubleJ Shirt– Made from deadstock fabric.
Brother Vellies Boots– Handmade in South Africa, Kenya, and Morocco using traditional techniques, local materials, and deadstock leathers.
Pamela Love Earrings– Made in NYC using responsible sourcing and recycled metals when possible.
Chantecaille Palette– Every purchase donates to Rainforest Alliance.
Eir NYC Sunscreen Stick– Made with reef-friendly zinc oxide and a sustainable package.
Material Skirt– Made with vegan leather.
Rizma Bag– Handdyed and hand-loomed by traditional artisans.
Silvia Furmanovich Earrings– Made with sustainably sourced reclaimed wood from the Amazon.
By Far Boots– Handmade in Bulgaria with deadstock leather.
Rise Art and Design Sunglasses– Made with recycled polycarbonate.
Nak Armstrong– Earrings made with recycled metals.
Ulla Johnson Bag– Handcrocheted using artisanal techniques.
Gabriela Hearst Boots– Handcrafted in Italy using sustainable practices.
Klements Dress– Made 100% in England under slow conditions.
Aeyde Boots– Made in a small family-owned Italian factory.
Jin Soon Nail Polish– Made with an eco-friendly 10-free formula.
Behno Bag– Made in India under ethical conditions.
Soko Earrings– Made with recycled brass and reclaimed cow horn.
Gabriela Hearst Belt– The brand will be plastic-free by 2020.