Tell Your Friends / issue 02.27.20
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Tell your friends
Lavender Apparel just launched their pre-order
In a recent poll, we asked you what kind of brands to scout. The results are in: 89% crave everyday style essentials, like tops and blazers, while 100% are looking for more sustainable options.
We heard you loud and clear.
Meet Lavender Apparel, a new triple threat in the world of fashion: sophisticated, sustainable, and stylish. Sisters and co-founders, Britt and Jen, combined forces to create clothes they want to wear with a story they can get excited about.
But before we dive in, how gorgeous is this?
Back to the story. They agreed, as a new apparel brand they should begin with sustainable and ethical practices, which is no easy feat. Unlike other brands, the sisters did not have a ton of capital or supply chain connections.
Despite their beginner status, they got to work. After vetting 50+ manufacturers and weeding through mountains of fiber options, the sisters landed on two important differentiators:
1. Luxurious, want-to-live-in materials like merino wool and cashmere.
2. Trend-driven pieces that defy the frumpy stigma of sustainability.
Bonus: their price points are under $200.
Sound like a dream? It is, and it came true thanks to Britt and Jen.
Each week we share recent discoveries that start conversations, fuel inspiration, and spark creative curiosity, ending with a "Rad Woman On Our Radar".
From photographers and artists to entrepreneurs and athletes, these everyday women expand what we believe is possible, helping us realize if she can do it, I can do it.
Woman on Our Radar: Lucy Laucht
We're on a mission to explore everything from brands and makers to new voices and stories in hopes of sparking a conversation around design, conscious consumption, real talk, and whatever else is on our radar.
Inspiration + Discovery:
These Foreign Lands, a curated, imagery-rich collection of insider travel guides edited by world traveler Lucy Laucht, this short must-read article about failure, diversity, and feedback loops featuring The Wing founder Audrey Gelman, plus Modern Adventure, a new kind of travel company (b-corp certified), connecting global experiences with notable tastemakers. Plus don't miss Lola Kirke's song Monster, headlining our February playlist:
SPECIAL THANKS TO:
Lavender Apparel, Lucy Laucht, Lola Kirke, and Modern Adventure for your inspiration.
We are women with a deep curiosity and passion for self-discovery. If you are too, follow along.
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