Combining ethics and aesthetics is possible: this is demonstrated by the Danish brand Sandermann, founded in 2016 by Stine Sandermann, who graduated at the Sustinable Textile Design course at the University of Arts of London.
Sustainability, the key concept of the brand, is mainly related to the will of choosing waste materials for the garments production. Among them, the one that is most heartfelt in the brand is the waste wool of Danish sheep farms, otherwise destined to incinerate.
All this is accompanied by the desire to use local producers’ materials, the introduction of cruelty-free furs and of zero-waste patterns. Their latest collection, “Through another prism”, shows that wool waste, if seen as a resource, can create clothes that surprise both ethically and aesthetically.
Thanks to: Margherita Baggio