Eco-goods are those produced using low-carbon and natural processes wherever possible. While the garment industry will never be wholly “sustainable,” designers can develop better strategies around practices and processes like waste management, dead-stock reutilization, minimizing water consumption or using plant-based dyes.
Inspired by her mother’s quest of a vegan lifestyle and at 24, Jessica opened Ethos, a meat-free restaurant in London which has since become an acclaimed restaurant.
What comes naturally to any vegan is the pursuit of a more organic lifestyle including all the products one consumes. Jessica began researching environmental fashion and formed accessories line, Luxtra in 2016. Luxtra is a B Corp certified, sustainable leather brand which uses vegetable tanned rather than chemically tanned (ethically sourced) leather, and is working with non-leather materials such as pineapple, mango and apple skin. Sound like your kind of fruit cocktail?
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