Nowadays, it is much easier to go online and buy all the fashion pieces and products that you need, saving you time and money with all the added discounts on all the collection. Brands that are based in other parts of the world can easily be bought online like sustainable fashion brand Stella McCartney from the UK with their own eCommerce shop showcasing the latest collection.
Net-A-Porter and Colette online have been a massive success to a lot of fashion customers worldwide and Seams for Dreams discovered Rêve En Vert, an online luxury shop that offers only sustainable and ethical fashion items online.
Rêve En Vert is cofounded by Natasha Tucker, who says that nowadays “the customer is demanding transparency” with an increasing number of people worldwide wanting to know where their clothes come from and what it is made of. Tucker and her business partner Cora Hilts launched Rêve En Vert in 2013 offering a lot of different products on their online shop that includes all clothing (dresses, jackets, resort wear, tops, trousers etc.) and accessories (bags, hats, shoes, belts and many more). Their lineup of sustainable designers is very impressive and increasing in number as a lot of designers and brands globally are changing their processes and ways in creating fashion pieces and have started to get on the sustainable fashion revolution that Seams For Dreams is glad to be a part of.
In choosing the products to be sold on their shop, Rêve En Vert has four tenets of sustainability, which identifies if the pieces are: 1 organic, 2 remade, 3 local, and 4 fair. All products are carefully curated, with both the founders choosing great design and style emanating from each product, with all the 4 tenets of sustainability represented. She is right on point in a quote she shared with one of her interviews with Vogue Magazine last year when she said “You shouldn’t sacrifice the way you look just because something is ethical.” We totally agree with Hilts on that and fully appreciate all the great fashion pieces that she and Tucker has curated in their beautifully laid out online shop.
A necklace by Pamela Love in rose gold plate, ethically sourced and done in-house at her Manhattan studio and sold online at Rêve En Vert
White Minimalist Dress by Mark Kenly Domino Tan made with organic fabric from manufacturer Kvadrat, in a fair-trade factory in Poland. Sold online at Rêve En Vert
This very interesting candle is named after GPS coordinates and has been formulated and created to evoke a scent of that specific location! Can be bought strong> at Rêve En Vert
To discover great sustainable and ethical fashion pieces online, visit the site of Rêve En Vert at http://reve-en-vert.com/shop/ with an ongoing sale at the moment until supplies last. Enjoy ethical shopping!
Photos courtesy of Rêve En Vert
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