The California-based sustainable footwear brand is launching its debut apparel line and pushing forward with its international expansion efforts, which include the opening of a pop-up in Merci, Paris, in November.
France has introduced new, tighter restrictions to contain the Covid-19 epidemic, but Parisian trade shows Who's Next, Première Classe, Man/Woman and Silmo are going ahead as planned, starting on October 2.
The "slow fashion" womenswear and accessories company will release just two collections annually, priced roughly from $5 to $550, and will feature items from the company's private label, as well as outside labels.
The collaboration with French sneaker brand Veja, first presented at Rick Owens’s Fall/Winter 2019 show last January, is a new milestone for the US luxury label, after a four-year partnership with Adidas.
E-tail giant Zalando has announced that it’s expanded its sustainable assortment in response to customers being “increasingly concerned about the future of our planet and wanting to make sustainable fashion choices.”