The North Face Launches "Remade" Collection, Upcycled Puffers Made From Damaged Products
Celebrating Earth Day.
In honor of Earth Day, The North Face is launching the “Remade” collection, a range of outerwear upcycled from returned, damaged and defective items. The new initiative builds on the brand’s Renewed Design Residency, a bi-annual workshop that trains TNF designers on principles of sustainable design.
Items from the collection include signature puffer coats and jackets accented with patches in contrasting colors and prints, turning former defects into design elements. Fleece zip-ups, as well as lightweight liners and heavy-duty parkas, feature similar patchwork detailing. Standout one-of-a-kind pieces include a camo-accented puffer, full-length coat with watercolor-like patches and and logo-patchwork puffer vest.
The North Face “Remade” collection ranges from $50 to $400 USD and is available now at The North Face website.