What strikes us about the Benson mini skirt from Reformation is not just its covetable outline – which is an ode to the 40s FYI – but also, it’s commitment to sustainability. Yael Aflalo founded the L.A. label with two things in mind: snap-worthy cuts and natural fabrics. Topped with a high waistband and cloaked in a blooming floral motif, this style is crafted from pure silk-satin (that’s better for planet Earth than synthetics) then it’s shaped with an A-line silhouette.
Long before it became fashionable, Reformation made sustainability cool, with limited collections of dresses, ethically-made in LA with ‘deadstock’ material. They’re still leading change, promising to be climate positive by 2025.