The spirit and soul of Italy runs through the blood of the Lanapo brand. Inspired by the Cinque Terre villages of Italy, Lanapo create elegant sandals for every occasion. The best part? They are entirely handmade in Italy, from the highest quality leather, also processed in Italy. It doesn’t get more local than this. We are thrilled to offer a capsule collection of sandals exclusively available at gOOOders.
Opaline is for the modern-day nomad; an eclectic collection of fair trade dresses and kaftans infused with a bohemian spirit. A snapshot of the Opaline aesthetic? Block print motifs and flowing gowns crafted from upcycled silk Sarees woven on South Indian handlooms. Opaline donates to a local NGO in South India and a capsule collection of luxe pyjamas has been created exclusively for gOOOders.
Its official; Riley are making recycling cool. Founded with a mission to prove that sustainability and style can exist in harmony, the label creates gender-neutral loungewear from recycled waste material and natural fibres. This is reinvention at its finest; giving new life to old materials that have seen better days. The result? Your new off-duty wardrobe essentials.
A beautiful diamond is something exquisite to behold, but when we consider the impact of mining on our planet, that shine is a little less lustrous. Thankfully, Innocent Stone have an alternative that’s eco-friendly but no less dazzling. Innocent Stone’s diamonds are all grown in a lab, and set in gold that’s entirely recycled. The epitome of sustainable luxury you might say.
Stylish, timeless swimwear that also tackles an ever-growing concern for marine conservation sounds like an impossible feat. Not for Talia Collins, a former Vogue stylist who has managed to tick both boxes with her eponymous swimwear line. Crafted from fibre recycled from abandoned fishing nets and plastic litter, Collins’ pieces are understated, ultra-flattering and inspiringly earth-friendly.
The Calla collection is a journey through the souks of Morocco, by way of Paris. Showcasing authentic Berber craftsmanship and imbued with a certain savoir-fare, Calla creates luxury textiles and babouche slippers, upcycled from vintage Boucharouite rugs. This is the embodiment of sustainable style; unbridled luxury and a bohemian spirit.
Sarah’s Bag empowers underprivileged women with every stitch sewn. Both a social enterprise and fashion label, this Lebanese design house creates one-of-a-kind bags and accessories that are unapologetically bold and striking in their design. Expect time-honoured craft techniques and unconventional materials; think perspex , resin and hand-embellished bead embroidery.
Parafina are unconventional to say the least. A pair of shades made from an old aluminium can? Yep, you heard it right. Devoted to designing eyewear that blends eco-friendly materials with seamless functionality, they take their inspiration from the natural world. Crafted from recycled materials such as tyres, corks and water bottles, they are far from traditional; just how we like it.
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