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Really Good Jeans, For You and the Planet

These jeans are good for you—and good for the planet

4/22/2021 9:06:00 AM

These jeans are good for you—and good for the planet

Shop the best sustainable denim clothing inspired by the supermodels in Vogue’s 2017 September issue styled by Tonne Goodman.

Vogueand breathe new life into the looks by shopping them out from sustainable brands. This is a celebration of timelessness—good style is forever, as are great wardrobe basics—and we already know Tonne’s edit will stand the test of time.Then:“The story behind this picture is a shoot that reunited supermodels,” Tonne says as we turn our attention to a 2017 September shoot, she styled for

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Vogueand shot by Annie Leibovitz. “I had the pleasure of working with Natalia Vodianova, Cindy Crawford, Christy Turlington, Linda Evangelista, Claudia Schiffer, Tatjana Patitz, Elaine Irwin, Joan Smalls, Carolyn Murphy, Amber Valetta, Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid, Imaan Hamman and Liu Wen and Fei Fei Son who are pictured here. It goes without saying, the fashion was all

denim. It’s really denim in every form, style, and shade we could muster from the classic trucker jacket to an “evening” dress,” she recalls. As we look ahead to fall 2021 with shows just wrapping up across the globe, there is no doubt that denim is still dominating in the designer space. And what is more iconic than denim on supermodels? We pause on this image of Liu Wen and Fei Fei Son as Tonne and I are both attracted to the headtopics.com

tailoringelement in this particular setup. “Denim has always played a large role in my styling as well as my personal wardrobe,” Tonne muses, “I grew up in the ’60s, and denim was a mainstay as part of our wardrobes—and a bit of a revolution for fashion, especially in the U.S.—and it has remained one for me ever since. Today, my preference is

and I wear it year-round, every day in fact.”Now:jeansand I envy Tonne for that she has found her forever denim match, even if it’s just narrowing down to a color preference. For those of us still on the hunt and in the market, the search for the right jeans now often is not only about fit but also about the environmental impact. Let’s face it,

. But, it’s not all doom and gloom. Many brands are working tirelessly to make jeans that are not as taxing on natural resources.Vika 2.0 cropped-sleeve recycled-cotton denim dress Read more: Vogue Runway »

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Since when did people actually acknowledge Liuwen as an affiliate? 😎 NO you laughing at me?