GOOD NEWS Aims to Bring Positive Change With FW21 Collection

Mixing bright colors with sustainable details.

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London-based footwear label GOOD NEWS has turned its focus onto positive change for Fall/Winter 2021, with a collection that mixes bright colors and patterns with sustainable details. The collection’s theme is referenced through silhouettes finished in vintage Moroccan raffias and ombrés, as well as a color palette drawn from natural vegetable and plant dyes.

Other sustainable solutions include the introduction of VEGEA grape leather — which is produced from grape skins, stalks and seeds thrown away during wine production — on the Aster and Roopa silhouettes, which are finished with a recycled EVA sole. Elsewhere, GOOD NEWS uses no toxic solvents, heavy metals or dangerous substances across the collection.

Take a look through the lookbook in the gallery above. GOOD NEWS’ full FW21 collection is available now from the brand’s web store.

In other footwear news, Stray Rats has another New Balance collaboration on the way.

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