This beautiful jacket by Bethany Williams cannot be missing from the 2020 Christmas gift list.
The basic camouflage pattern plays on the colors of blue, green and brown. Above the camouflage, rainbow patchworks cover the pockets, lighting up the jacket with bright and vibrant colors.
But it is in the center that two figures come to life, hidden and camouflaged by the camouflage pattern: a boy and a girl, recognizable thanks to the green line that follows the two shapes.
The pieces by Bethany Williams, the very young English designer (only thirty years old!), Are all very attentive to the environment and to the theme of sustainability.
For SS21 London Fashion Week, Bethany talked about her collection: sustainability and progress were the central words that connected everything.
In 2017 she opened her own brand and since that moment she has never stopped collaborating with organizations and associations that are committed to environmental and social protection, such as The Magpie Project (a charity in London that helps mothers with children children living in temporary housing).
On the materials and techniques she uses to make clothes, the designer expressed herself as follows:
“As for the materials, it’s all organic or recycled. We did the creative recycling of knitwear, we recycled denim and used old lace, sheets and blankets for clothes. We also worked for the first time with a cruelty-free organic silk, which does not harm silkworms. We were able to use stock of wool from Italian factories and we used Adidas [returns system] with Stuffstr.”
Don’t miss the chance to make a responsible gift. The camouflage jacket can be purchased here, priced at $ 2,207.
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