Excess is out, for the good of the planet, and a new, more thoughtful and more sustainable luxury industry is taking shape. Illustration: Craig Stephens
Excess is out, for the good of the planet, and a new, more thoughtful and more sustainable luxury industry is taking shape. Illustration: Craig Stephens

Is fashion really entering a ‘sustainability decade’? Farfetch brings conscious luxury while Nona Source sells certified LVMH Maisons’ deadstock fabric – but will it be enough?

  • As overconsumption and excessiveness become passé, modern luxury is ushering in a new era, celebrating the unlikely exclusivity of sustainable and responsible buying
  • Net-a-Porter launched a conscious Net Sustain line, Gucci went organic with Off The Grid and Prada has reinvented iconic bags in Econyl

Excess is out, for the good of the planet, and a new, more thoughtful and more sustainable luxury industry is taking shape. Illustration: Craig Stephens
Excess is out, for the good of the planet, and a new, more thoughtful and more sustainable luxury industry is taking shape. Illustration: Craig Stephens
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