^The Fashion Fix^ Fashion Awards & Eco Edit
In this weeks instalment of ^The Fashion Fix^ we find out who the big winners were at The 2019 Fashion Awards, as well as exploring the new release of Zara’s eco-friendly collection and discover some sustainable fashion brands that are hot on every editor’s list.
The Fashion Award 2019 Winners
The Fashion Awards were hosted by The British Fashion Council on Monday evening and the night undoubtedly belonged to luxury Italian label Bottega Venta, accumulating an impressive four awards during the big night of style celebrations.
Since his debut for the label in February, British fashion designer and creative director Daniel Lee was awarded the titles including Designer of the Year, British Womenswear Designer of the Year and Accessories Designer of the Year.
Elsewhere, Kim Jones for Dior Men received the accolade for British Menswear Designer of the Year; the British Emerging Talent Menswear Award went to Bethany Williams and Rejina Pyo (London Fashion Week favourite) was awarded the British Emerging Talent for Womenswear.
Zara’s Eco-Friendly Collection
Announcing a fresh sustainable edit, Zara has released eco-loving cashmere and recycled coats amid its latest pursuit towards a more ethical fashion future.
The collection additionally features puffer coats which use stuffing from salvaged textile products and knitwear items extracted from 100 per cent recycled cashmere. Keep an eye out for the ‘join life’ tag when browsing online, which illustrates the item is included in “a selection made from more sustainable raw materials using processes that help take care of the environment”.
Go-To Sustainable Fashion Brands
Check out now:
Roop – A British bag brand that is big news on Instagram, the chic, wholly ethical pieces are made from remnant, deadstock or vintage fabrics, and extract inspiration from traditional Japanese Furoshiki bags mixed with the scrunchie.
Veja – The fashion industry has fallen in love with these vegan sneakers. The sole of the trainers has been crafted from wild Amazonian rubber that has been harvested without the use of deforestation.
Until next time, xoxo, Katie.