Eco-Friendly Sneaker Brand SAYE Forays Into Fashion With Wardrobe Staples
Continuing its sustainability initiative by planting two trees for every product sold.
Having committed to becoming fully vegan and zero-waste earlier this year, sustainable sneaker label SAYE has now launched its first-ever clothing collection. The seasonless lineup, made with 100 percent organic cotton, features minimal branding with earthy tones.
For the latest release, SAYE has joined forces with natural dye company Eyand. Together, the duo is offering eco-friendly wardrobe staples that are safe and allergy-free. The production of the unisex garments uses less water and emits less carbon dioxide through cold dyeing, while avoiding harmful chemicals with ecologic yarns. The resulting collection is comprised of four key silhouettes, including short and long-sleeved tees, a crewneck sweatshirt and polo top. With the eco-conscious dyes, the garments are complete with muted tones of beige, gray, khaki and mustard yellow.
See the full lineup down below. Priced from €74 EUR (approximately $89 USD) to €115 EUR (approximately $139 USD), SAYE’s first-ever fashion range is available via the brand’s web store. The label is additionally planting two trees for each product sold.
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- Nuria Gali