Brooklyn-based outerwear company 'Vaute' is selling a vegan-friendly coat made from recycled Primaloft insulation and recycled ripstop nylon. While animal-based materials are often chosen for their warmth, Vaute has found a way to make synthetic materials just as cozy.
The 'Lincoln' is a stylish parka made from high-ethics materials that are 100 percent vegan and recycled. The outside of the jacket is coated with recycled Teijin ripstop nylon, which is water-proof, wind-proof and snow-resistant. To keep consumers warm, the inside is lined with recycled Primaloft insulation, which is the same material used by arctic explorers. This material also has the advantaged of providing warmth without adding the bulk associated with goose down.
By using recycled materials and ethical production methods, the Lincoln offers consumers a sustainable alternative to other outerwear.
This Parka is Made from Recycled Primaloft Insulation and Ripstop Nylon
1. Vegan-friendly Outerwear - Vaute's vegan-friendly parka demonstrates the growing trend of ethical and sustainable fashion.
2. Recycled Materials - The use of recycled Primaloft insulation and ripstop nylon in the Lincoln coat showcases the trend of repurposing materials in the fashion industry.
3. Synthetic Alternatives - Vaute's ability to create a warm and cozy parka using synthetic materials highlights the trend of developing animal-free alternatives for warmth and comfort.
1. Fashion - The fashion industry can leverage the trend of vegan-friendly outerwear to cater to the growing demand for ethical and sustainable fashion choices.
2. Textile Recycling - The demand for recycled materials in the fashion industry creates opportunities for growth and innovation in textile recycling processes.
3. Sustainable Manufacturing - The use of recycled materials and ethical production methods in the Lincoln parka exemplifies the need for sustainable manufacturing practices in the outerwear industry.