Giorgio Armani is doing his best to change or improve the fashion industry. At the last edition of Milan Fashion Week, the Italian designer was responsible for putting a positive note to it, because, unlike the rest of the designers or brands, the models who paraded appeared on the catwalk showing wide smiles, something that had not happened for a long time. This came as a pleasant surprise to many and made headlines. A couple of months later, Mr. Armani and his team are once again doing their bit for the fashion business, and not just the fashion business in particular, but the world in general, as he has recently launched a sustainable fashion collection: Emporio Armani SS23 Sustainable Collection.

Coinciding with the latest warning about the climate crisis that the United Nations recently launched, Emporio Armani has presented a line that contributes a lot (positively speaking) to this argument. Sustainability, as time goes by, has become essential in all senses and fields to be covered, and brands know it.

The already unveiled capsule arrives in a cheerful and lively way, and with a clear objective: to offer an increasingly sustainable approach to the brand, in terms of production. The selection of garments that make up the line stands out above all for the organic and recycled materials used, such as natural fibres from organic farming produced without GMOs or harmful pesticides and through processes that improve soil fertility, as well as for the powerful colors inspired by distant, unknown worlds and tribal prints.

What can we find in the Emporio Armani SS23 Sustainable Collection? A wide range of pieces ranges from waistcoats, jackets, jumpers, and sweatshirts to jeans, tracksuits, and shorts. All of these items are accompanied by trainers and accessories such as bucket hats.

You should know that for this capsule, the brand engaged Artisan Fashion, the first social enterprise created under the United Nations Ethical Fashion Initiative in sub-Saharan Africa that employs local artisans, to work in partnership with the workshop.

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