The Conscious Edit: February

The Conscious Edit: February

In The Conscious Edit, we bring you the very best brands, products and initiatives from the world of sustainable fashion. Whether it’s a vintage find or an eco-friendly venture from brands we love, these are the conscious new products, services and launches to know about this month…

All products on this page have been selected by our editorial team, however we may make commission on some products.

The Footwear 

Sustainable footwear often errs on the minimal side, so Carlotha Ray’s feminine shoes are a breath of fresh air. Think pastel-hued satin mules and bow-adorned sandals that are perfect for wearing at home now, and out and about once spring arrives. All her designs are vegan, and handcrafted in Italy using a satin fibre made from recycled plastic bottles, while the dye used to colour the fabrics is obtained naturally from recycled plant materials like eggshells, rice and plant oils.

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The Knitwear 

Based in Oslo, No Name by Mathilde Matheson focuses on the understated luxury of a cashmere jumper, with each piece made-to-order using Loro Piana’s finest yarns. From classic roll necks to Breton stripes, the brand’s timeless designs will see you through many more winters to come. 


The Activewear 

Looking for stylish gear to work out in at home? Resortwear brand EVARAE has ventured into activewear with its Move.Dance.Swim collection, which includes leggings, bras and bodysuits featuring simple, yet chic cuts. Already known for its sustainability credentials, the brand’s new activewear is no different – every piece is responsibly crafted in Italy using regenerated ECONYL® fabric. 


 The Vintage Brand 

While Sigrid Maria stocks a carefully curated selection of vintage pieces from brands like Aquascutum, Oscar De La Renta and Marni, it’s their made-to-order blouses that have caught our eye. Complete with oversized collars and ruffled sleeves, each design is produced in small quantities in East London using vintage, dead stock and locally sourced fabrics. 


The Handbags 

The designs over at accessories brand THEMOIRè designs are as modern as they are sustainable – its most recent collection is made from vegan leather, paper and cork, as well as recycled organic cotton and raffia. Better still, all the packaging used to send out the products is either reused or recycled, right down to the tags. 


The Jewellery 

From simple pendants to statement hoops, British jewellery brand Bar combines chic design with conscious production, using recycled 925 silver and ensuring 70% of its collection is made in London to minimise its carbon footprint. Bar also works with local makers who have found themselves out of work due to the pandemic, harnessing their skills to cast and polish the jewellery and provide a higher quality finish.


The High-Street Collection 

It’s no secret H&M is committed to more eco-conscious practices, and the high street giant’s latest Studio collection is its most sustainable yet. The collection, which was showcased digitally at Copenhagen Fashion Week, is crafted predominantly from sustainably sourced materials, with hero pieces including a Jacquemus-style blazer and a vibrant red maxi dress. Pieces drop on site in limited quantities from 18th February, so set your alarms to get your hands on your favourites. 


The One To Earmark 

Designed in NYC by two friends from London, Ophelia & Indigo’s collection is inspired by the English country gardens the designers have missed while living in New York. With airy dresses and printed blouses made in limited quantities, their pieces are perfect for the warmer months ahead. Available to pre-order in the UK from the end of this month, earmark it now for your spring/summer wardrobe. 



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