The Net-a-Porter of sustainable fashion launches own-label brand

Rêve En Vert’s new own-label line uses sustainably sourced fabrics and supports Trees for the Future

JPL Atelier recycled material Emily Oxford shirt, £295, from Rêve En Vert
JPL Atelier recycled material Emily Oxford shirt, £295, from Rêve En Vert

The ethical womenswear retailer Rêve En Vert, which has been described as the Net-a-Porter of sustainable fashion, has now added its own label, REV, to the 30-plus brands it stocks online. The collection is made in east London using materials ranging from upcycled stretch polyester to British wool spun in Leicester; the only fabric not from the UK is the silk, which is sourced from a Global Organic Textile Standard-certified factory in India. Designed by Rêve En Vert co-founder Cora Hilts (who cut her fashion teeth at Stella McCartney and Christian Louboutin), it includes (from £115) a silk camisole and shirt, tailored black leggings, pencil skirts and smock dresses in block colours: 30 per cent of profits go to Trees for the Future, a nonprofit that works with farmers in sub-Saharan Africa to revitalise degraded agricultural land by strategic replanting of trees and crops.

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