Net-a-Porter Champions Consciously Crafted Fashion With Three Exclusive Capsule Collections

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When Net-a-Porter launched its Net Sustain platform last year, it went the extra mile to cater to customers looking to buy sustainable and ethical products. Now the luxury fashion retailer has added three brand new exclusive capsule collections to the mix for its Winter Sun edit.

What’s more, in a first for the brand, all pieces are 100% machine-washable.

Mara Hoffman, Bondi Born and Le Kasha have all joined the Net Sustain family this month, meaning each product fits within one or more of Net-a-Porter’s defined sustainability attributes. These include “Locally Made” – when at least 50 per cent of a brand’s products have been manufactured within their own community or country – “Craft & Community” – products that showcase exceptional, artisanal skills – and “Considered Materials” – products made from resources which take into account the welfare of people, animals and the environment.

The final two traits are “Considered Processes” – products made using environmentally conscious processes or technologies – and “Reducing Waste” – products and packaging that are made using upcycled materials.

MOJEH explore the latest collections…

Bondi Born

Australian brand Bondi born presents a capsule of swimwear and linen separates in clean lines, inspired by the relaxed sophistication of founder Dale McCarthy’s beloved beach neighbourhood in Sydney Australia. Pieces are impeccably cut to sculpt and flatter the figure, coming in seafoam green and darker khaki shades.

Mara Hoffman

Lightweight fabrics and effortless silhouettes make up the backbone of Mara Hoffman’s cotton and linen cover ups, which come crafted in a candy-coloured palette.

Le Kasha

Established way back in 1918, French label Le Kasha has created a selection of elegant linen separates which take their cue from the ‘Cachemire de Voyage’ line, which is inspired by the spirit of travel and adventure. Here, pastel shades reign supreme.

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  • Words by Naomi Chadderton