From women’s equality to sustainable clothing you can wear every single day, these bold and brave fashion brands are using their designs for good, benefitting causes and contributing back to the planet in the best way possible. Inspired by locations all over the world, here are three fashion designers you should follow on Instagram.
Pour Les Femmes (@pourlesfemmesofficial)
When actress and activist Robin Wright took a trip to the Congo and witnessed first hand the way women were treated, she founded Pour Les Femmes with Karen Fowler, a clothing brand whose profits go directly to women affected in similar areas and communities. Funds from Pour Les Femmes benefit educational programs and vocational training that teach women skills such as sewing and craft to give them the tools and talent they need to be economically self-sufficient.
Famous for the sleek and comfortable pajama sets and loungewear, the clothing brand aims to provide both comfort and resources for women all over the world. A lounge set from Pour Les Femmes would serve as a great gift as the weather turns colder – you’d be supporting a great cause too.
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Introducing Jeanerica's AW20 campaign photographed by #PeterFarago Discover the new collection at jeanerica.com ⠀ Creative Direction: Farago Publishing⠀ Photography: Peter Farago ⠀ Styling: Ingela Klemetz Farago⠀ Hair: @joannaraskhair⠀ Make: @kajsasvanbergmakeup⠀ Shot @: James & Perra Studios⠀ Production & Casting: @faragopublishing Model: @ifraax.qaasim
Finally. Sustainable, chic, and durable denim is here, thanks to Jeanerica. In classy minimalistic designs, Jeanerica uses 100% organic cotton to create denim designs in everything from jeans to shorts to jackets to keep its wearers comfortable and stylish. Their recycled shirts also fit in as a great match to the brand’ denim bottoms, using both bold and neutral colours that bring the look of a whole outfit to life. Jeanerica understands that denim is something meant for everybody and pushes the belief for inclusivity in their line and brand. Check out more of their designs online and follow their page for minimalistic style and design inspiration today.
Wright Le Chapelain (@wrightlechapelain)
Imogen Wright and Vincent Le Chapelain co-founded the London-based clothing brand in 2017 with a focus on sustainability and fairness throughout the entire production process. With both designers’ experience in studying menswear and design at Central Saint Martins, Wright Le Chapelain is a brand that reimagines tailoring, suits, and classy to elegant wear that remains timeless and noteworthy.
From menswear to women’s dresses, the brand plays with red-carpet ready and office-friendly colours that go interchangeably with diverse fashion pieces from your closet at home or from other Wright Le Chapelain collections. Dedicated to keeping their clothes eco-friendly, their fashion is upcycled in mills based in the UK, and they are constantly working with charities that benefit communities in need all across London.