Button-back top | pre-sale now for $125 (non-toxic cotton)
Organic cotton turtleneck | pre-sale now for $100
Hemp/Silk v-back top | $252
Black Sleeveless dress with mesh | $228 (cupro)
Side view!! (love this)
Just a quick note to introduce you to a “new” sustainable independent designer, Eenvoud. I’ve been following Eenvoud for a while now, and they’ve just launched fall 2016 with a 50% off pre-sale. They keep the site stocked with “classic” styles and favorites (like that cupro mesh insert dress above, which I really love), but launch a few new items each season (similar to Elizabeth Suzann and Emerson Fry), to keep things interesting and fresh
Eenvoud is a small company based in NYC whose goal it is
… to create clothing that will live with you for years – that becomes a part of your story.
Don’t you just love that??
They also favor non-toxic, less water-dependent fabrics, as well as natural and recycled materials. What I also appreciate is that they link to their fabric suppliers, and more details about where their fabric comes from. Incidentally, Eenvoud uses peace silk (silk which is harvested after the worm leaves the cocoon, allowing it to live a full lifecycle) in their hemp/silk blends, something which I’ll go into more detail about later.*
Please check out Eenvoud and let me know what you think! And yes, I love that button back top in RED. I probably wouldn’t wear it, but I love the look/style – it would be a great colorful addition to a work wardrobe.
*I addressed some comments on my recent Elizabeth Suzann post on peace silk and am preparing a longer post about it, along with other animal-derived materials used in clothing.