John Elliott Debuts Sustainable Capsule Collection for Selfridges

Details include mud and charcoal dyes along with waterless denim washes.

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LA’s John Elliott joins forces with the UK’s Selfridges for an exclusive collection of sustainably-developed staple gear. A range of Elliott’s elevated essentials have been crafted from organic or recycled textiles and processed with an array of mud and charcoal dyes, granting each layering piece a unique earthy tone. Meanwhile, the designer’s iconic denim — available in regular and distressed editions — sports a wash obtained through a special waterless process, heavily reducing the product’s environmental impact.

Look for Elliott’s exclusive drop on Selfridges’ web store and at an in-store pop-up.

Recently, we took a look at the designer’s clean revision of the Nike LeBron Icon.

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