The label Dyne debuted its cruelty-free fashion collection for the first time on the runway at New York Fashion Week. The Fall/Winter 2018 collection boasts unisex designs and stylish outerwear with faux fur trims, featherless down puffers, as well as performance-enhancing waterproof jackets.
The cruelty-free fashion runway does not only support ethical production practices, gender non-binary modern designs and weatherproof gear, but it also gives a friendly nod to "the 60s, youth culture and the civil rights era" through subtle clothing details like pins with the message 'A Unit of Force.'
Showcasing new designs, the Fall/Winter 2018 collection also features Dyne's hyped-up collaborations with Save the Duck and Le Ballon, as well as an additional prize-winning collection.
Photo Credits: Giovanni Giannoni, Dyne and WWD
Cruelty-Free Fashion Runways
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Ethical Colorful Handmade Jewelry
Monster-Themed Hoodie Designs
Ethical Luxury Fashion
Authentic Military Streetwear
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