Dyeing from leaves, shirts from plastic bottles, patching up excess fabric, etc., take a look at the trendy and eco-friendly designs from local brands to “green” your wardrobe every day.
Greener summer with new designs from 5 local brands in a sustainable way
As one of the five most polluting industries in the world, fashion brands, whether domestic or foreign, have been making certain changes towards sustainability goals. Although still in the process of “creating a cocoon”, local brands are also actively catching up with the trend and releasing many groundbreaking innovations. If you are making your shopping wishlist, you can try giving the opportunity to friendly designs that have just been “updated” in the local fashion market.
TimTay launches Silk 01 collection using Zero Waste Design technique. The designs are inspired by the “Vietnamese costume museum” with items simulating the shape of Giao Lanh, Tu Than or Ngu Than shirts. With 17 different designs, TimTay chose to harmonize and find a balance for the collection with the Cuoi Button – a ceramic button created by ceramic artist Man Thien himself.
Sometimes it appears as a connecting point between two laps, sometimes it is a breakthrough for the whole colorful outfit. High quality 100% silk fabrics like Habotai, Shantung or Tussore can give you a cool and long-lasting summer with outstanding durability.
More Than Blue was established and maintained thanks to the unique fashion thinking of Chris Ty – a lover of beauty and the rustic nature that nature brings. The second half of March is probably the time when More Than Blue’s designs are imbued with Summer colors.
Take a look around the brand’s social media and you’ll come across crop tops , layered dresses or halter tops, most of which are made from woven hemp fabric and use dyeing techniques from natural ingredients such as fruits and vegetables. half-dressed, brown tubers,..
One of the trends that More Than Blue seriously pursues for a long time is Patchwork – when small pieces of beautiful fabric come together to form a complete piece. Because of being “covered” with many random pieces of fabric, the uniqueness and rustic, nostalgic breath are boldly printed in each design.
The Blue T-shirt is a prime example of a brand’s clear and practical move with the eco “lifestyle”. Recently, The Blue T-shirt officially announced its trial and success with Recycle Melange yarn made from plastic bottles, making it the main ingredient in the Recycle line.
With the process of making the fabric is very laborious, which according to the company’s share, includes 4 steps, from crushing, boiling into small particles to spinning and weaving into fabric. The Blue T-shirt is also carefully calculated to create the most comfortable and cool feeling for the wearer.
The color palette of the Recycle line focuses on the original gray color of the Recycle Melange yarn in order to simplify the dyeing process, partly limit the amount of chemicals released into the environment, above all, respect the color of nature. Currently, the Recycle line includes 3 main shirt models: tank top , tee and cut-out shirt .
Still the familiar minimalism style , the designs appearing in this lookbook of The 31 are highly applicable, from the mix to the usage context. With the core criterion of airy fabric, the company has made full use of fabrics such as linen (pure linen, ceramic tile linen, …) or silk sateen to ensure that the girls can put on extra outfits. The lightest and most comfortable.
San Design Garden (SAN) is a place to “incubate” fresh costumes like a flower garden. The outstanding point of SAN is that the dyeing process and floral printing technique are derived from the colors of plants and flowers. Besides dresses and tops, SAN also launches accessories such as silk scarves. Hoya or Crocus dress covered in plants will surely bring a very new and poetic wind to your wardrobe.
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